Monumento a la Amistad Entre Khabarovsk y Harbin – Monument to Friendship Between Khabarovsk and Harbin


El pasado 10 de septiembre se inauguró un monumento en el bulevar Amursky, dedicado al 20 aniversario de las relaciones entre ambas ciudades, Khabarovsk y Harbin (China). Recordemos que la invasión de Manchukuo en la Segunda Guerra Mundial tuvo a estas dos ciudades como los principales elementos en ambos lados de la frontera, siendo Harbin uno de los principales objetivos del ataque soviético planificado desde Khabarovsk.

El monumento, denominado “Canción de Amistad”, fue un regalo de China a Khabarovsk, y representa a dos instrumentos musicales instalado en posición vertical: una balalaika por Rusia y una pipa por China.

Este monumento no es el único que simboliza a la amistad entre Rusia y China. Existe otro, en la intersección de las calles Lenina y Volochaevskaya, un globo terráqueo, en celebración del 150 aniversario de la ciudad.

_DSC0937The past 10 of September a new monument was inaugurated in the Amursky Boulevard, dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the relationship between both cities, Khabarovsk and Harbin (China). Let us remember that the invasion of Manchukuo in the World War II had these two cities as main elements at both sides of the frontier, being Harbin one of the main objectives of the Soviet attack, planed from Khabarovsk.

The monument, named “Song of Friendship”, was a gift from China to Khabarovsk, and represents two musical instruments installed in vertical position: a balalaika for Russia and a pipa for China.

This monument is not the only one symbolizing friendship between Russia and China. There is another one in the intersection between Lenina and Volochaevskaya streets, a globe, celebrating the 150th anniversary of the city.

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