Kraskino

Kraskino

 

(formerly Novokievskoe), an urban-type settlement in Khasan Raion, Primor’e Krai, RSFSR, on the coast of Ekspeditsiia Bay (Petr Velikii Gulf). Its railroad station (Makhalino) is 282 km southwest of Vladivostok. Kraskino has a creamery and a meat and dairy sovkhoz.

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The ITC connects the Chinese province of Jilin to Zarubino port via Hunchun and Kraskino. Furthermore, Zarubino port is, along with the ports at Posjet and Slavianka, a link in the Tumen River corridor (see Figure 1).
For example, the population of Kraskino is 3,834 people, Posjet's is 2,311, and Khasan's is 728.
However, in 2014 the settlement still lacked regular bus service between Posjet, Kraskino, and Slavianka, where residents have to go for medical services.
The Koguryo Research Foundation and Russia's Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnology of the People of the Far East, which are conducting joint excavations at a site in the Russian town of Kraskino, announced on August 27 that they confirmed remains of ondol pipes 14.8 m in length presumed to be from the 10th century, toward the end of the Balhae period.
The Chinese city of Hunchun is designated as part of the Sino-Russia free-trade zone along with Kraskino in the Russian coastal area.
With permission from the local Russian General Sokolovskii, the companions also cross to the nearby settlement of Novokievsk (today's Kraskino), from where the author reports that Russian defensive infrastructure is still rudimentary, supported only by "ridiculously inadequate" funding (James 1888, 349).
Seoul, July 22 (ANI): Remnants that are believed to be from Korea's ancient Goguryeo Kingdom (37 BC-668) have been discovered for the first time in the far eastern part of Russia, from the excavation site of Kraskino fortress near the Posiet Bay close to Tumen River.