동북아시아지역자치단체연합 로고

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Cultural and Tourist Sites

Member Regional Governments China Heilongjiang Province Cultural and Tourist Sites

Cultural and Tourist Sites

Songhua River

Songhua River is one of the seven rivers in China. It was called Nanhe River in the Sui Dynasty, Nashui River in the Tang Dynasty, and the Huntong River during the Qing Dynasty. River tributaries pass through two provinces of Jilin and Heilongjiang, and the watershed area reaches 55.72 km2.

The Siberian Tiger Park

Siberian Tiger Park is located on the north bank of the Songhua River, occupying an area of 1,440,000 square meters. It is the largest natural park for wild Siberian tigers in the world, has over 700 purebred Siberian tigers. Every year more than 250 thousand visitors come.

Saint Sophia Cathedral

Saint Sophia Cathedral is a former Russian Orthodox church located in Harbin City. The church was originally built of wood for the Russian Army arrived in the region for the completion of the Trans-Siberian Railway in 1903 and it was expanded and renovated in 1923. Now the building is used as Harbin Architectural Art Gallery.

The Xingkai (Khanka) Lake

The Xingkai Lake is the largest lake in the Heilongjiang area, and is located in the southeastern part of Heilongjiang province and the Far East seaside of Russia. The lake is divided into small and large lake, and is a tectonic lake, formed courtesy the Earth crust's downfold movement