VLADIVOSTOK, a city which "rules the East..." The name reflects ambitions of the Governor General of Eastern Siberia and the Russian Far East, Count Nikolai Muraviov-Amursky, who realized in 1859 while on a charting expedition in the Sea of Japan that he had found the perfect location for a military outpost to defend the Eastern border of Russia. Vladivostok's port is a natural inlet which is called the Golden Horn Bay due to its resemblance to the Golden Horn in Istanbul, a natural crossroads for trading, "a window" to the East.
Vladivostok has a population of approximately 700,000. It is home to the
mighty Pacific Navy, and at the same time to fifteen higher educational
establishments, the biggest of which is Far Eastern State University.
Vladivostok's geographical location has determined much of the industry
here. Both shipping and fishing are important industries in this region.
One of the largest shipyards in the country, "Dal'zavod," is located here.
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