Héroes de Khabarovsk (I). El Origen de un Nombre (II) – Khabarovsk Heroes (I). The Origin of a Name (II)


Seguimos contando la historia de la ciudad comenzada anteriormente. Una vez Yerofey Jabarov se alejó de la zona, el zar Pedro I cedió la región del Amur a manos chinas, oficialmente en 1689, conociéndose el emplazamiento de la ciudad como Boli. En 1858, un nuevo tratado ruso-chino, firmado por el general del lejano oriente Nikolay Muravyov, devuelve el área a Rusia, fijando las fronteras modernas. La ciudad pasó a denominarse Khabarovka, en honor al explorador, y posteriormente Khabarovsk en 1893. En la foto el General Muravyov.

2012_11_27_23_25_30_678_2012_08_05_Khabarovsk_Monumento_al_Conde_Nikolay_Muravyov_AmurskyWe continue telling the history of the city previously started. Once Yerofey Khabarov parted, the tzar Peter I yielded the Amur area to the Chinese, officially in 1689, being known thence the settlement as Boli. In 1858, a new Russian-Chinese treaty, signed by the Far East General Nikolay Muravyov, recovers the area for Russia, setting the modern frontiers. The city was renamed Khabarovka, honoring the explorer, and later on Khabarovsk, in 1893. In the picture, General Muravyov.

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