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Khabarovsk

Enjoying a particularly picturesque location next to Eastern Russia's Amur River, the quaint city of Khabarovsk is one of the more highly-rated stops on the famous Trans-Siberian Railway journey. Whilst other cities along the route offer little else but Soviet monuments and a grayscale backdrop, Khabarovsk is far easier on the eye. Bustling boulevards fill with shoppers in the warmer months, classic Tsarist-era architecture is evident on the streets, and a thriving dining and nightlife scene keeps going until the early hours.

Weather here is something of extremes; temperatures in the summer months (May - September) can push for the high 30s (68 F), yet in winter anything above freezing would be considered as mild. The temperatures sometimes plummet as low as -25C (-13F), earning Khabarovsk the title of being the coldest city of over half-a-million people in the world. As long as you wrap up warm, however, the winter months can be some of the most fun, with ice sculptures, open-air ice skating and other snow-covered festivities happening across the city.

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