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Vladimir Arsenyev dedicated 30 years of his life to researching the Russian Far East and its inhabitants. He is best known internationally for the Dersu Uzala trilogy of bookswhich were adapted into detsu Oscar-winning film by Japanese director Akira Kurosawa. Vladimir Arsenyev in a national costume of the Nanai people.
The movie showcases the wild forests and harsh winters of the Russian Far East to the world and also brought the path-breaking travel of Arsenyev to global attention. One of Vladimir Arsenyev’s expeditions to uzaoa Primorye’s taiga. In Arsenyev made a special request to the Russian military to send him to the fortress regiment at Vladivostok. He traveled there by train that very year.
Inhe met the Nanai hunter Uzala. A picture taken by Vladimir Arsenyev at the beginning of the XX century. The two men would go on to forge a lifelong friendship. Today, several places associated with Arsenyev are easily accessible for visitors to the Russian Far East.
Modern Chinese skyscrapers as seen from the Amur river embankment in Blagoveshchensk. The first stop on the Arsenyev trail is the city of Blagoveshchensk 4, miles from Moscowwhich shares a river border with the Chinese city of Heihe.
Then a young army officer on his way to Vladivostok, Arsenyev reached Blagoveshchensk in July at the peak of the Boxer Rebellion that sought to expel foreigners from China.
He was present when the Russian city was attacked by the Chinese. He stayed on in the city for almost three weeks and was part of the victorious effort against the Qing Imperial Army. A few buildings from the early s survive in the city and the local museum has a few images of a young Arsenyev vlxdimir he resided in Blagoveshchensk. International travelers usually cross the Amur River for the day to explore one of the cities and compare the contrast between the older architecture of the Russian city and the modern Chinese skyscrapers.
Note that there are no visa exemptions available, so an international visitor would need multiple-entry Russian and Chinese visas to go back and forth. The next stop is the city of Vladivostokwhich has undergone tremendous changes since Arsenyev first moved there in There vlzdimir many relics from his time in Vladivostok, including tastefully restored arsenievv War architecture. The house where Arsenyev lived until his death in still dwrsu.
Lovingly preserved and converted into a museumthe house is close to the Vladivostok railway station.
From Vladivostok, Arsenyev led several expeditions to the wild forests by the Ussuri and Amur rivers. His exploits included hunting for boars and other wildlife and travel through wild forests in every season. They get trapped and Uzala builds a shelter from a strand of reeds that saves their lives.
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One of the highlights here is the Khabarovsk Regional Lore Museumwhich has a special section dedicated to the flora and fauna vladimig the region. Arsenyev was the director of the museum during the Russian Civil War from The museum has rare photos of the indigenous tribes of the Amur Region taken by Arsenyev during his expeditions, along with jewelry, clothing made from animal skins and hunting equipment. Big Khekhtsir State Reserve.
Home of the Amur tigerthe Himalayan black bear and Amur leopards, the Big Khekhtsir reserve is only a minute drive away from Khabarovsk on the border asreniev China.
Those that want to climb Mt. Retracing the journey of Vladimir Arsenyev. In these forests, Arsenyev and Uzala traveled by horse and foot. In keeping with his Nanai beliefs, Uzala, who was nearly mauled to death by a tiger, still revered the animal as the spirit of the wild forests.
Amur tiger Tikhon from the Khabarovsk Region. The Russian explorer described an incident when he laid eyes on the tigers. Men [who] never see Amba Present days in the Nanai village for tourists. The final stop on the Arsenyev trail is Sikhachi-Alyana village about 50 miles atseniev of Khabarovsk on the banks of the Amur River. This small village inhabited by the hospitable Nanai people gives travelers a glimpse of the vladinir, culture and traditions of the one of the original peoples of the Russian Far East.
Tourism has helped keep the Nanai craft culture vibrant.
Retracing one explorer’s path-breaking journey through the Russian Far East
Blagoveshchensk Modern Chinese skyscrapers as seen from the Amur river embankment in Blagoveshchensk.
Geophoto Home of the Amur tigerthe Himalayan black bear and Amur leopards, the Big Khekhtsir reserve is only a minute drive away from Khabarovsk on the border with China. Geophoto In these forests, Arsenyev and Uzala traveled by horse and foot.
Sikhachi-Alyan village Present days in the Nanai village for tourists.
Dersu the Trapper
Geophoto Despite the modernization of the Russian Far East, which began over a century ago, the region arsenlev hosts some of the largest virgin forests in the planet.
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