The Museum bears the name of traveler and scientist Vladimir Klavdievich Arseniev. Permanent museum exhibits on the history and culture of Primorsky Krai and Vladivostok are combined with rotating temporary exhibits which allow visitors to become acquainted with various collections. In the main museum building you can see exhibits such as: In the Footsteps of the Balhae Kingdom, telling about the...
This outstanding Russian naval commander and oceanographer, who contibuted to the development of Russian shipbuilding, is honored by this monument in Lugovaya Square.
This beautiful train station building looks more like a palace for the tsars than a railroad terminal.
At one time, Vladisvostok was one of the strongest coastal fortresses in the world, and the concrete structures used to fortify the city can still be seen at the base of mountains, along local roads and in the seaside.
Named after the 1873 frigate Svetlana, this historical street is the longest in the city and contains numerous memorial buildings.