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Harbin Stalin Park
Introducing Stalin Park, Stalin Park guide, Stalin Park Travel Guide
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Built in 1953, Stalin Park is located on the southern bank of the Songhua River, covering an area of 105,000 square meters. The park measures 1750 meters from the Songhua Railway Bridge to Jiuzhan Park. The Stalin Park is famous for colorful garden and its 16 art sculpture like Three Youngsters, Dancing with Sword and so on. The Stalin Park is of classical Russian architecture style. Along the river bank, Stalin Park is a regular park that extending 50 meters from north to south.
Absorbing the European garden features, the Stalin Park is a combination of elegance and simplicity. Beautiful gardens, exquisite sculptures, green grass ground, and Russian classical building make the Stalin Park a wonderful space of fairy tale.
In summer, if you go to Stalin Park it is comfortable to linger under rows of trees and breathe fresh air. You can take a cruise boat and feel the cool summer breeze. But don’t worry about winter, for you can appreciate the snow world and go skiing. There are various art works exhibition for tourists. The Stalin Park is a brilliant scenic spot for you to explore.
Quick Facts on The Stalin Park 
• Name: Harbin Stalin Park
• Location: Downtown Harbin
• Best Time to Visit: May to August
• Recommended Time for a Visit: 1 Hour
• Opening Hours: 09:00-16:00
• Admission Fee: Free
Last Updated on Thursday, 18 February 2016 09:11