Vladivostok, with a population of about 595,000, is the administrative center of Primorsky Krai, Russia, situated close to the Russo-Chinese border and North Korea. It is the home port of the Russian Navy's Pacific Fleet. The city's name means "controlling the East" in Russian; in the Chinese language, the city is known as "Sea Cucumber Marsh". The city's main industries are shipping, commercial fishing, and the naval base. Fishing accounts for almost four-fifths of Vladivostok's commercial production.
Vladivostok Fortress is one of the strongest
fortresses in the world, Visit this great historic area that once was used to
fortify the city.
Svetlanskaya Street is the longest street in the city which contains plenty of cafes, restaurants, and memorial buildings.