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    Khabarovsk Territory


The Khabarovsk Territory 789,950 sq km, Russian Far East, is situated in the eastern and northeastern extremity of Siberia. The territory is bounded by the Sea of Okhotsk in the east, the Primorsky Territory and China (Heilongjiang prov.) in the south, and the Kolyma range in the north.

The Khabarovsk Territory has a monsoon climate. Winter winds bring cold and dry air from Siberia and summer winds from the Pacific bring cloudy and rainy weather. Winter is cold with snow and summer is hot and humid. Summer comes to Khabarovsk in the beginning of June with temperatures in July and August around 30-32 degrees Celsius. Khabarovsk is known, however, as the city that offers the sunniest days in Eastern Russia.

Average air temperature in January is -5 to -15 F, but with low humidity and lots of sunshine it is a perfect time for outdoor activities - skiing, ice-skating, etc.




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