Gorskaya is a historic district of the city of Sestroretsk in the Kurortny district of St. Petersburg . Located south of Gorsky creek .
|Year of inclusion in the city limits||1997|
|Former names||Ravomyaky (Revonmäki), Mountain|
The original name is Ravomäki , which from Finnish (Revonmäki) translates as "Fox Mountain". It appeared before the founding of Sestroretsk.
From 1840, the name Horus was also used, due to the fact that the village is located on the highest part of the sandy protrusion of the Litorino escarpment .
At the beginning of the 20th century, the holiday village Gorskaya was formed here.
In 1997, he was incorporated into Sestroretsk  .
Gorskaya is located a few hundred meters from the shore of the Gulf of Finland. In the immediate vicinity of the Mountain in the village of Lisiy Nos ( Primorsky district of St. Petersburg ) is the railway platform Gorskaya Sestroretskaya railway , between the station Lisyi Nos and the platform Alexandrovskaya .
Near the Mountain in the village of Lisiy Nos are located the starting points of the mileage of the Ring Road around St. Petersburg . South of Gorskaya along the border of Gorsky cemetery, the railway axis and the outer streets of the village of Lisiy Nos, the border between the Primorsky and Kurortny districts of St. Petersburg  .
During the Second World War , the Small Road of Life passed through Gorska and Lisiy Nos, along which supplies were made to Kronstadt and the Oranienbaum (Primorsky) bridgehead . In 1941 - 1944, a network of ice roads stretched from the northern coast of the Neva Bay across the island of Kotlin to the Oranienbaum bridgehead, to which many evacuees owe their lives. In memory of this, a monument was erected in Kronstadt on the north bank.
In Gorska, the following streets in the village got their names:
- Bolshaya Gorskaya Street
- Malaya Gorskaya street
- Gorsky lane
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