an urban-type settlement in Obluch’e Raion, Jewish Autonomous Oblast, Khabarovsk Krai, RSFSR; located in the spurs of the Malyi Khingan in the valley of the Kul’dur River. A railroad station on the Izvestkovaia-Chegdomyn line 330 km from Khabarovsk.

Kul’dur is a balneological resort. The summer is moderately warm (mean July temperature, approximately 18°C), and the winter is very cold (mean January temperature, −27°C). Annual precipitation is approximately 710 mm. The therapeutic agent is hot (72°C) water with the chemical formula

T 72°C pH 9.3

which (after cooling) is used for baths. Treatment is provided for patients with skeletal-muscular, gynecological, dermatological, nervous, or digestive disorders. The resort has a sanatorium and bathhouse.


Plastunov, V. M. Kurort Kul’dur. Khabarovsk, 1971.
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