Dear friends!

Amur Region is the territory of great prospects. It offers large investment opportunities. The region has a unique geographic location. Its administrative center, the city of Blagoveshchensk, is located opposite the Chinese city of Heihe. Two cities of the two states are separated only by the Amur River. Together with our Chinese partners, we have built an international road bridge across the Amur. At present, we are building a cross-border cable car – this project is the world's first!

Historically, the region has been known as the agricultural "breadbasket" of the Far East. Each year, we produce more than a million tons of soybean, introduce new lands into circulation, actively develop animal husbandry and agricultural processing.

Another of our traditional industries is gold mining. The Amur Region ranks sixth in terms of gold production.

The commissioning of the Power of Siberia gas trunkline has marked a new stage in regional development. Through the implementation of large investment projects and exports to the APAC, we managed to establish a gas chemical cluster.

In 2021, the first technological line of the Amur Gas Processing Plant was launched. Upon reaching full capacity, the plant will become one of the largest natural gas processing facilities in the world and the largest helium producer.

The second element of the gas triad, the Amur Gas Chemical Complex for the production of polyethylene and polypropylene, is being actively built. In 2022, the construction of the Amur Methanol Plant will commence.

An important milestone in the development of the region was the construction of the Vostochny Cosmodrome.

In the Amur Region, we do our best to provide comfort both for residents and visitors!


General information

Flag

Emblem



Capital

Blagoveshchensk


Largest cities

Belogorsk, Zeya, Raichikhinsk, Svobodny, Tynda, Shimanovsk


Rivers, lakes

Amur, Bureya, Zeya, Selemzha


Climate

Sharply continental with monsoon features. The distinctive features of the regional nature are primarily contrasts: in the north, there are mountains and fast mountain rivers, a harsh and cold climate, permafrost taiga soils, the predominance of flora and fauna of taiga forests; in the south, there are plains and a milder climate with cold winters, but warm and even hot summers, deep rivers with a smooth flow


Area

361.9 thousand km2.


Population

781 846 people


Transport communication

include the Baikal-Amur Mainline, the Trans-Siberian Mainline, and the Amur Highway. The transport network of China can be accessed via the border bridge over the Amur River located near the cities of Blagoveshchensk (Russia) and Heihe (China)


Time zone

MSK+6


Industry

The Amur Region has a diversified economy including such industries as agriculture and forestry, mining, manufacturing, production and distribution of electricity, gas, and water, transport, communications, construction, and others


About the pavilion

The facade of the pavilion is clad with decorative composite panels/wood structures and complemented with greenery. The main features are the geometric precision of the pattern and composition of backlit panels.

The geometry of the pavilion expresses the idea of polysynthesis – the unity of agriculture, gas processing, tourism, space and power industries.

The pavilion symbolizes a non-standard approach to solving regional problems.

The main topic of the exhibition stand is "Amur Region: Sustainable Development Economy". It showcases the results of creating centers of economic growth, promising investment initiatives, as well as successful and significant business projects that create a space for a comfortable life.

The displays on the first floor are dedicated to the successfully developing agro-industrial complex. The visitors can learn about the success stories of local producers and get information about prospective projects.

The export potential of the region, including the export geography and the best export products that gained popularity in foreign markets, is also presented here. Tourism is a national priority of the country and one of the "growth points" of our region, so every visitor will be offered a tour. Using VR technologies, they can visit tourist attractions, experience the amazing nature of our region, get a closer look at the sights and large-scale projects that create a unique tourist space.

The displays on the second floor focus on the gas processing industry. The interactive installation of the gas chemical cluster of the Amur Region, which will become one of the most powerful in the country, demonstrates the entire journey of gas from its production sites to key plants, highlighting the promising investment projects.

The third floor is a business meeting space and a recreation area where you can enjoy a beautiful view from the windows and balcony.

You can disconnect from reality and enter the world of music by attending an immersive concert – live music will be broadcasted directly into the audience's headphones. This incredible experience is a must-do for everyone!


10 facts about Amur region

There are close to

365 sunny days per year in the Amur Region.

Blagoveshchensk is located

at the same latitude as Sochi.

At the beginning of the 20th century, guests of the capital, could hail

a real Chinese rickshaw.

The Amur Region is currently implementing

the world's only cable car connecting two states.

Until the end of the 1980s, the frontier city of Blagoveshchensk

was a restricted area.

In the 19th century, camel caravans on the roads of the region

were a common sight.

The capital of the Amur Region is

the only administrative center of Russia located on the state border.

The Amur Region annually produces

more than 20 tons of gold.

"I'm in love with the Amur, I would gladly live here for a couple of years,"

Anton Chekhov observed.

The Blagoveshchensk Triumphal Arch was built in 1891

in commemoration of the visit of the future emperor Nicholas II.