Eagle’s Nest (or Orlinoe Gnezdo in Russian) is the highest point in the historical part of Vladivostok. Its height – 199 meters above sea level.
There are numerous ways to the top. The most picturesque is from hostels of Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service (VSUES).
We start our way.
On the slopes of the hill you can still see houses that were built many years ago.
Golden Bridge and more high-rise buildings are also here.
On the slopes of the hill is a Buddhist center. Recognizable symbols of Buddhism can be seen on one of the trees.
Also on the hill is the television tower and power line poles.
Unfortunately, the Eagle hill continue to build up. As a result, the view from it is becoming less overview. But this hill – the property of all of Vladivostok and his guests, but not a handful of developers.
Fortunately, the top of the hill is still freedom. And here you can fully enjoy the breathtaking views.
At the very top of the hill stand Orthodox cross. You can climb the stairs to him, to feel you on top of the world, on top of Vladivostok exactly!