Gostilitsy, Leningrad, Russia

Gostilitsy, Leningrad, Russia is a small town located 45 kilometers southwest of St. Petersburg, with a population of around 6,000 people. The town has a humid continental climate, with warm summers and cold winters. Gostilitsy was founded in the 17th century as a postal station on the road from St. Petersburg to Pskov. In the 19th century, the town became a popular summer destination for wealthy St. Petersburgers. Today, Gostilitsy is a quiet town with a rich history and heritage, and is home to several historical buildings, including the Gostilitsy Palace and the Church of the Holy Trinity.

Famous Persons from Gostilitsy, Leningrad, Russia

  • Aleksandr Aleksandrov - Born on December 17, 1906 - - Merited civil engineer of RSFSR | "Hammer and Sickle" gold medal | Medal "For Battle Merit" | Order of the Nile | Order of the October Revolution | Order of Friendship of Peoples | Order of the Red Banner of Labour | Hero of Socialist Labour | Order of Lenin (died: March 8, 1981)

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