Monument to Count N.N. Muravev-Amursky is a modern business card of the city. Nikolai Muravyov-Amursky - statesman and diplomat, general governor of Eastern Siberia. It was he who determined the location of the city of Khabarovsk. The monument has its own interesting history. In 1891 in Khabarovsk, on the banks of the Amur, N.N. Muravev-Amursky on the collected donations was erected a monument to the work of the sculptor, academician A.M. Guardian The project of the monument was personally approved by Alexander III. The five-meter bronze figure of the graph was cast in St. Petersburg in parts, and a pedestal of blocks was built according to the design of a military engineer. The opening of the monument was timed to the time of the visit to the city by the heir to the throne, the future emperor Nicholas II. But in the first years of the Soviet republic, by the decision of Dalrevkoma of January 26, 1925, the sculpture was dropped from the pedestal and melted. But after 60 years, it was decided to restore the monument on the model preserved in the museum. May 30, 1992, the birthday of the city of Khabarovsk, the bronze governor returned to his pedestal. The Khabarovsk sculpture of Count Muravyev-Amursky is depicted on a five thousand Russian rubles note.