As for street art, statues and sculptures are everywhere:
Some more about Khabarovsk: this is a quite remote city that has an incredible cultural standard. The Museum borough is amazing.
The Art Museum displays local artists, of course, but also Tiziano, Garofalo or Canaletto:
The museum also has a collection of early slavic icons:
As for the beautiful Archeological Museum, the main feature are the reproductions and diagrams of the wide-eyed figures found at the ancient Sikachi-Alyan petroglyphs. some dating from 30 000 years ago.
These unique cliff-carvings have been added to the UNESCO World Heritage list.
There are several theaters and a permanent circus in town. This is the beautiful brick façade of the Theater for the young spectators:
Churches also abound, with their characteristic golden crowned towers:
Only completed in 2004, this is the 3rd tallest church in all Russia.
The adjacent Orthodox Seminar, in the same square:
The russian orthodox Grado-Khabarovsk Cathedral of Mother of God’s Assumption :
I will end with the promenade along the Amur river, overlooking at China, which is in itself a work if art: