Curiosidades (III). Datos Curiosos de la Ciudad – Curiosities (III). Interesting Facts about the City


Algunos datos curiosos (o poco conocidos fuera de Rusia) sobre Khabarovsk:

  • A pesar de haber sido China y estar en el lejano oriente la mayor parte de la población es eslava y no oriental.
  • Ha recibido numerosos premios como la mejor ciudad para vivir de Rusia en 2006, 2008 y 2009 (madre mía).
  • En 2010 quedó segunda en la lista Forbes de mejores ciudades rusas para los negocios privados tras Krasnodar.
  • En ella se celebraron los Juicios de Guerra de Khabarovsk, contra 12 miembros del ejército japonés, a finales de 1949, por el uso de armas biológicas durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial.
  • El último emperador de China, Puyi, de la dinastía Qing, fue capturado por el Ejército Rojo el 16 de agosto de 1945 y tras pasar por Chita, fue llevado a Khabarovsk, donde vivió hasta 1950.

2012-07-19 - Khabarovsk - Nuestra CasaSome interesting facts (at least not known outside Russia) about Khabarovsk:

  • Even though it was Chinese and is located in the Far East, most of the population is Slavic and not Orientals.
  • It has been awarded many times as the best city to live in Russia (2006, 2008, 2009) (oh, my)
  • In 2010 it was second in the Forbes list of best Russian cities for private business after Krasnodar.
  • The city hosted the Khabarovsk War Trials that took place against 12 members of the Japanese army, in 1949, for the use of biological weapons during the II World War.
  • The last emperor of China, Puyi, from dinasty Qing, was captured by the Red Army in 16th August, 1945, and, after being in Chita, he was taken to Khabarovsk, where he lived until 1950.
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