The Monument to the Fighters for Soviet Power in the Far East is located in the center of Vladivostok. It was built in 1961 and is a relatively large monument in the Far East. It was built to commemorate the February Revolution and October Revolution of 1917. In order to establish a Soviet regime in the Far East, the Bolshevik fighters in the Far East of the Soviet Union fought fiercely with the reactionary forces at home and aboard, and finally won in 1922.
A place with a strong sense of history. Chinese tourists must be familiar with statues of this style. In the middle is a Red Army soldier wearing a Bujoni hat. He is powerful and powerful. The two groups of soldiers on both sides are strong and resolute, showing the unique heroism of the revolutionary era. The statue is facing the square and the sea, and foreign tourists come to take pictures from time to time. Locals regard this place as a place of leisure, and few people come. However, there were pairs of young naval soldiers walking in line in the square, not knowing whether it was routine or occasional.
Located in the center of the city, next to the commercial district, this is a must-see attraction of Vladivostok. To tell you the truth, Vladivostok's core scenic area is not very large. It's just the most central place. It's a few hundred meters to the left for the C-56 submarine and the Pacific Fleet Command. Go hundreds of meters to the right, just to the railway station and Lenin Square. On the right is the State Building. The sculpture is magnificent. There are many square pigeons around it. There is a Russian pigeon selling melon seeds. The pigeon is specially fed in a bag of 20 roubles. Pigeons here are not afraid of people, often stand on your arms, shoulders, or even overhead to grab food. Feeding pigeons here after sightseeing and shopping is also a relaxation.
Vladivostok, a monument to Soviet fighters in the Far East, is located in the eastern part of Eurasia and the southernmost tip of the Amur Peninsula. Originally named Vladivostok, it was Chinese territory in the Qing Dynasty and was subordinated to General Jilin. On November 14, 1860, "Beijing Treaty between China and Russia" ceded the eastern part of the Usuli River, including Vladivostok, to Russia, which means "Ruling the East". It is one of the main cultural, educational and research centers in the Far East. It includes the Far East Branch of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Pacific Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography, and the Far East Federal University. Vladivostok is now the most important city in Russia's Far East and the seat of the Pacific Fleet Command, Russia's second largest naval fleet. The total population is about 600,000, mainly Russians and Chinese Russians. The climate is mainly temperate continental humid climate, with an average annual high temperature of 8.38 & #176; C, an average low temperature of 1.38 & #176; C, and an average precipitation of 797 mm.
The Square of the Fighters for the Soviet Power in the Far East is located in the centre of Vladivostok City. To the west of the Square is the State Government Building. On the Square stands the famous Soviet Soldier Monument built in 1961. It is the largest monument in the Far East. It was built to commemorate the February and October Revolutions of 1917. In order to establish the Soviet regime in the Far East, the Bolshevik fighters in the Far East of the Soviet Union fought arduously with the reactionary forces at home and abroad, and finally won the final victory in 1922.
It is the landmark of Vladivostok. It's very close to the pedestrian street and the wharf. The nearby high-rise building is the government building of the Russian Far East Frontier Region. There are tall statues of Soviet Red Army memorials on the square. Record the revolutionary process of the Soviet Union.
This is the largest city square in Vladivostok, next to the sea, there are many peace pigeons. Then when we went there, we met the whole salute. The pigeons were frightened by the sound of the gun and flew up. There are ten spectacular scenes. Teachers lead the squares and tell children stories about patriotic education. Generally speaking, it is a good place. There are fairs here on weekends. It's worth seeing.
The Soviet soldier monument in the Far East is a monument set up to commemorate World War II. It tells a lot about the Soviet Red Army, the record of fighting against German invasion, and the names of soldiers who died for their country. The Soviet Union made a great contribution to World War II, and the names of these sacrificial fighters should always be remembered.
The Soviet Union Soldier Monument in Vladivostok is located on Svetlana Avenue in downtown Vladivostok, facing the Golden Horn Bay. It was set up to commemorate the heroic soldiers who won the final victory with blood and life in the patriotic war.
Provincial (State) Municipal Plaza has become a temporary market. I'm afraid it won't appear in China.
Many pigeons, not afraid of people at all, can buy some small food to feed them, will fly to your hands.