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Indigenous peoples of the Amur River basin

Khabarovsky krai is one of three entities of the Russian Federation having the largest number of indigenous peoples of the North.

23 thousand of Nanais, Negidals, Nivkhs, Ulchs, Evens, Evenkis, Orochs and Udeges live here.

The unique distinctive culture counts more than 5,000 years

Works of art are the source of pride of Khabarovsky krai