Standing on a high position overlooking the panoramic view of the Golden Horn, the continental shelf is like a curved horn, the hills on the shore covered with lush forests, and the green of the pieces cling to the edge of the sea. The water in the horns is full of ships and warships of various sizes. The buildings on the shores of the bay and the sporadic spires form the outline of the bay.
[Gull over Vladivostok] On the sea, a group of gulls wander in the sky. Overlooking, looking, wandering in groups over the cruise ship. Like my native voice, it reminds them of their homesickness. What is nostalgia? Nostalgia is a humiliating piece of paper. Seagulls are at this end and hometowns are at that end. Seagulls are sensitive spirits that fly to their long-gone homeland with a single call.
Golden Cape Bay is actually a fairly common bay, but because Vladivostok is the headquarters of the Russian Pacific Fleet, you can see not only the gulls accompanying the ships, but also the Russian Pacific Fleet's warships, which have the best bread to feed the gulls. By the way, don't believe your compatriots in buying tickets. It's more economical to go to the ticketing hall by your own obedience. You can save the general expenses. There are Chinese broadcasts on board to introduce the scenery of the two sides of the Taiwan Straits. But the Russian announcer's Chinese proficiency is really not flattering. He has to guess with a veil.
Golden Cape Bay is the largest harbor in Vladivostok, an ice-free harbor. It is both a civil harbor and a military harbor of the Pacific Fleet. The harbor is very busy and there are many ships coming and going. It is a natural harbor with unique style and beautiful scenery.
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Terrible scenery! Jinjiaowan Bridge is the first scenic spot of Vladivostok, overlooking the whole city! There are two brothers, love locks and so on. If there is sunny weather, the scenery will be more beautiful! It is said that the night scenery is more charming!
The bay next to Vladivostok is close to the city. The city is high and low, and you can see the Bay in many places on the street. Also because of this bay, the city is more colorful and has the same spirit. Standing by the sea and looking at the ships coming and going in and out of the bay is totally different from the feeling of the Inland city. The vastness and vastness of the sea, the tranquility and busyness of the harbour, all kinds of scenes can be seen in the Golden Cape Bay, just like the business card of the city.
Golden Horn Bay is a good place. It's not very crowded and open. There are Russian missile destroyers moored on the shore. There are several Russians sitting on the beach, and the general feeling is that there are not as many leisure people as the Chinese.
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Golden Horn Bay waves, a white seabird tirelessly grabbed the bread thrown by tourists. Standing at the highest point of Vladivostok, overlooking the Golden Cape Bay Bridge, which links Vladivostok with Russia Island, Vladivostok is one of the five frozen harbors in the world. You can see the whole picture of the Golden Cape Bay Bridge.
Vladivostok's landmark scenic spot, blue sea and sky plus white clouds, the scenery is really good. Looking at it from the railway station and from the viewing platform on the hillside, it is two completely different feelings. It is worth seeing. If you look at the night scene, it must be another style.