Founded in 1858 as a military outpost, Khabarovsk (population over 600,000) is strategically located at the confluence of the Ussuri and Amur rivers near the Chinese border. As one of the most important Russian cities in the Far East, Khabarovsk has a broad array of cultural institutions, but until the early 2000s it lacked a mainstay of Russian popular culture–a year-round circus. In 2001, the city opened a magnificent new circus building, designed by architect Aleksei Kholzinev and associates to the latest technical specifications.
Ulitsa Krasnorechenskaya, 102
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