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Description of Primorsk
Primorsk (until 1946 Fischhausen, German.
Fischhausen, Polish. Rybaki, lit. vinuvininkai) is a city in the
Baltic municipal district of the Kaliningrad region of Russia (from
2005–2008, an urban-type settlement). Population - 1960 people.
History of Primorsk
German period (until 1945)
Founded in 1268 as the city of
Fischhausen. In 1618, the imbecile Duke Albert Friedrich died in the
castle Fischhausen. Consequently, Johann Sigismund united Prussia
with Brandenburg. Fishhausen since 1818 was the county center. It
had a coat of arms: a shield on which the bishop's staff intersects
with the sword of the order knight (Zamland coat of arms), under
them was placed the fish head up.
Soviet period (until 1991)
Since 1945 as part of the USSR. In
1947, it was renamed to Primorsk, a new name was assigned to its
location on the shore of the Kaliningrad Bay. In 1946–1963, he was
part of the Primorsky District (with its center in the city of
Zelenogradsk) and the Zelenogradsky District. In 1963, the Presidium
of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR, by decree, transferred the city
of Primorsk to Svetlovo City Council.
In 1953, a city council
of workers' deputies was formed in Primorsk. From 1977 it became
known as the Council of People’s Deputies and existed until 1994.
Executive power in the city was exercised by the Executive Committee
of the City Council. The chairmen of the executive committee were:
A.P. Zateev (1953-1957),
I.V. Karpov (1957-1959),
F. N. Bykov (1960-1965),
L.M. Medvedev (1981-1985) and