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  1. The following year it was renamed Guryevsk in honor of Stepan Guryev, a Soviet marshal who died during the capture of Kaliningrad. Administrative and municipal status Within the framework of administrative divisions, Guryevsk serves as the administrative center of Guryevsky District.

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    Fue fundada como Neuhausen en 1262 por los Caballeros teutónicos. Se convirtió en parte del Ducado de Prusia en 1525 y del Reino de Prusia en 1701. Fue administrado dentro de la Provincia de Prusia Oriental y pasó a ser parte del Imperio alemán tras la unificación de Alemania en 1871. Fue capturada por el Ejército Rojoel 28 de enero de 1945. Despué...

    Dentro del marco de divisiones administrativas, Guryevsk actúa como el centro administrativo del Distrito de Guryevsky.[5]​ Dentro del marco de divisiones municipales, desde el 31 de mayo de 2013, los territorios de la ciudad de importancia de distrito de Guryevsk y de siete municipios del distrito de Guryevsky forman parte del Okrug Urbano de Gury...

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    1. Калининградская областная Дума. Закон №463 от 27 мая 2010 г. «Об административно-территориальном устройстве Калининградской области», в ред. Закона №450 от 3 июля 2015 г. «О внесении изменений в Закон Калининградской области "Об административно-территориальном устройстве Калининградской области"». Вступил в силу со дня официального опубликования. Опубликован: "Калининградская правда" (вкладыш "Ведомости Правительства Калининградской области"), №112, 26 июня 2010 г. (Kaliningrad Oblast Duma...

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  2. Guryevsky District ( Russian: Гу́рьевский райо́н) is an administrative district ( raion ), one of the fifteen in Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia. As a municipal division, it is incorporated as Guryevsky Urban Okrug. It is located in the west of the oblast. The area of the district is 1,284 square kilometers (496 sq mi).

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    Middle Ages

    Before and during the Middle Ages, the territory of what is now the Kaliningrad Oblast was inhabited by the Old Prussians (Sambians) in the western part and by Lithuanians in the eastern part. The tribes were divided by the rivers Pregolya and Łyna. The Teutonic Order conquered the region and established a monastic state. On the foundations of a destroyed Prussian settlement known as Tvanksta, the Order founded the city of Königsberg (modern Kaliningrad). Germans resettled the territory and a...

    Pre-Modern Period

    In 1525, Grand Master Albert of Brandenburg secularized the Teutonic Order's Prussian branch and established himself as ruler of the Duchy of Prussia. The duchy was nominally a fief of the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland. It later merged with the Margraviate of Brandenburg. Königsberg was the duchy's capital from 1525 until 1701. As Prussia's centre moved westward, the capital's position became too peripheral and Berlin became the new Prussian capital. During the Seven Years' War it was occupi...

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    Kaliningrad's isolation was exacerbated by the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 when Lithuania became an independent country and even more when both Poland and Lithuania became members of NATO and subsequently the European Union in 2004. Since the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the independence of the Baltic states, Kaliningrad Oblast has been separated from the rest of Russia by other countries instead of by other former Soviet republics. Neighboring nations imposed strict border co...

    Kaliningrad is the only Russian Baltic Sea port that is ice-free all year round and hence plays an important role in maintenance of the Baltic Fleet. As a semi-exclave of Russia, it is surrounded by Poland (Pomeranian and Warmian-Masurian Voivodeships), Lithuania (Klaipėda, Marijampolė and Tauragė Counties) and the Baltic Sea. Its largest river is ...

    The current governor (since 2017) of Kaliningrad Oblast is Anton Alikhanov. The latest elections to the region's legislative body, the 40-seat Kaliningrad Oblast Duma, were held in September 2016.

    Population

    At the 2010 census, the population of the oblast was 941,873; down from 955,281 recorded in the 2002 census. The 1989 census recorded 871,283 inhabitants. Kaliningrad Oblast was the fourth most densely populated federal subject in Russia, with 62.5 persons/km2 (162 persons/sq mi).[citation needed]

    Ethnic groups

    According to the 2010 census, the ethnic composition of the oblast was as follows: 1. 772,534 Russians(86.4%) 2. 32,771 Ukrainians(3.7%) 3. 32,497 Belarusians(3.6%) 4. 9,769 Lithuanians(1.1%) 5. 9,226 Armenians(1%) 6. 7,349 Germans(0.8%) 7. 4,534 Tatars(0.5%) 8. 3,282 Azeris(0.4%) 9. 2,788 Poles(0.3%) 10. 2,245 Uzbeks(0.3%) 11. 16,857 others (1.9%) 12. 48,021 people were registered from administrative databases and could not declare an ethnicity. It is estimated that the proportion of ethnici...

    Religion

    According to a 2012 survey 34% of the population of Kaliningrad Oblast declare themselves to be "spiritual but not religious", 30.9% adhere to the Russian Orthodox Church, 22% are atheist and 11.1% follow other religions or did not give an answer to the question, 1% are unaffiliated generic Christians and 1% adhere to the Catholic Church. Until 1945, the region was overwhelmingly Lutheran, with a small number of Catholics and Jews. The state church of Prussia was dominant in the region. Altho...

    In 2017, the nominal GDP of Kaliningrad Oblast was US$7 billion total and $7,000 per capita. The oblast derives an economic advantage from its geographic position as an ice-free port and its proximity to the European Union. It also has the world's largest deposits of amber. The region has developed its tourism infrastructure and promotes attraction...

    A. Liucija Arbusauskaité "The Soviet Policy Towards the "Kaliningrad Germans" 1945–1951" chapter in "Themenheft: Eingliederung und Ausgrenzung. Beiträge aus der Historischen Migrationsforschung. Hr...
    Master's thesis by Sergey Naumkin on the possibility of Kaliningrad integrating with the EU as a special economic zone
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    Guryevsk ( Russian: Гу́рьевск) is the name of several urban localities in Russia : Guryevsk, Kaliningrad Oblast, a town in Guryevsky District of Kaliningrad Oblast. Guryevsk, Kemerovo Oblast, a town in Kemerovo Oblast. Index of articles associated with the same name. This article includes a list of related items that share the same ...

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