Otradnoe is a city of regional subordination in the Kirov district of the Leningrad region . Forms the municipality Otradnensky urban settlement as the only settlement in its composition.
|Subject of the federation||Leningrad region|
|Chapter||Taymaskhanov Magdanbek Gadzhievich |
|History and Geography|
|First mention||1500 year|
|Former names||Ivanovo, Copper, Pella|
|City with||1970 year|
|Center height||17 m|
|Timezone||UTC + 3|
|Population||↗ 25,623  people ( 2019 )|
|Density||365.52 people / km²|
|Katoykonim||rejoicing, rejoicing, rejoicing|
|Telephone code||+7 81362|
- 1 History
- 1.1 XVIII century
- 1.2 XIX century
- 1.3 XX century
- 2 Geography
- 3 Demographics
- 4 Industry
- 5 Education
- 6 Religion
- 7 Culture
- 8 Communication and mass media
- 9 Sports
- 10 Attractions
- 11 famous residents
- 12 Transport
- 13 See also
- 14 Notes
- 15 Links
Ivanovo Volost , which was part of the Gorodensky graveyard of the Orekhovsky district of Vodskaya pyatiny , is mentioned in the Novgorod census salary book of 1500  . It consisted of eight villages and ten courtyards  .
On the map of Ingermanland (as of 1676), compiled by topographer August Bergenheim in 1827, the villages of Tushina fall and Pyhajockiby are marked on the site of the modern city  .
The Russian historian M. I. Pylyaev in his book “The Forgotten Past of the Environs of Petersburg” (1889) writes:
“... Where the village of Ivanovskoye lies and the ruins of the former Pella palace stand, Russians lived there during the time of Swedish rule. Thus, it is known from the Novgorod annals that here, “Saturday Pokhabny” lived on the thresholds (thresholds), a Novgorodian whom the Swedes captured. ... " 
The settlements Ivanovskoye and Pella on the site of the modern city have been known since 1708 as a summer residence of the nobility of St. Petersburg.
“... it is known that under Empress Elizabeth Petrovna this area was owned by Prince Dolgorukov, whose wife, nee Sklyaeva, bought it in 1762, Ivan Ivanovich Neplyuev, the famous chick of Peter the Great ...” 
“... Behind the barracks, to the right of the high road, there are signs of a once huge garden. It begins with a round pond; in the middle of which is a round islet, overgrown with forest; in the old days there were bridges to him from all sides; in the fifties there were still a few rotting piles from them, and the pond was so deep that it was impossible to go into the ford; in summer, the island was a beautiful compartment of greenery. Behind the pond there was a straight, long alley, the trees of which the peasants gradually exterminated. ... " 
In the place of the modern city of Otradny in the XVIII century there was the estate of diplomat Ivan Ivanovich Neplyuyev , acquired by Catherine II from his heirs on November 7, 1784 for the grandson of Alexander . The estate was named Pella - in memory of the ancient capital of Macedonia , where Alexander the Great was born. According to another version, this name of the area was given by Peter I in memory of the Pella Strait on Lake Ladoga , which divides the islands of Lukgol and Uksinsky  . The Pella Palace Estate has become one of Catherine II's favorite vacation spots. In 1785-1794, the magnificent imperial palace and park complex , which consisted of numerous buildings connected by galleries, arcades and colonnades, was built according to the project of architect I.E. Starov . Catherine II spoke of the palace under construction: "All my suburban palaces are only huts compared to Pella, which is erected like a Phoenix."
Under Paul I, the castle was dismantled, the material went to the construction of the Mikhailovsky (Engineering) castle in St. Petersburg (only the buildings of the postal yard and stables - now the management of the Pella factory ) have survived.
In 1838, 126 people lived in the village of Ivanovsky, 99 in the village of Ust-Tosna  .
In 1856, in Ivanovo there were 28 yards and 86 souls  , in Ust-Tosny - 20 yards and 55 souls  .
From the middle of the 19th century, Ivanovskoye belonged to Savva Yakovlev , a Russian entrepreneur. After he built a copper rolling plant, the village received the informal name of Copper  .
On the right bank of the Tosny River was the cottage of N. A. Leikin  , publisher and friend A. P. Chekhov .
In the summer of 1863, the writer N. G. Pomyalovsky lived in Ivanovsky, here he worked on " Essays on the Bursa " and the story "Porecany."
At the beginning of the 20th century, the Pella station (1911) and the Ivanovskaya railway platform (1918) were opened  .
According to administrative data of 1933, the village of Ivanovskoye, the village of Otradnoye and the village of Ust-Tosno were part of the Ivanovo village council of the Tosno district  .
In 1936, the first stage of the mast impregnation plant was built, the main products of which were supports for power lines and dispatch communications.
During World War II, Nazi troops were in the city, almost all buildings were destroyed during military operations.
At the end of August 1941, the troops of the 16th Wehrmacht Army reached the Neva River in the vicinity of Ivanovskaya Station and the village of Otradnoe. The Nazis tried to force the Neva, but met fierce resistance from the Soviet troops. In September 1941, a land blockade of Leningrad was established. On August 19, 1942, fighters of the 268th Infantry Division seized a bridgehead on the eastern shore of Tosna, which received the name "Ivanovsky Piglet", and fixed on it. The advance of Nazi troops to Leningrad was stopped.
In memory of the heroic events of those years, a granite monument and an obelisk were erected near the confluence of the Tosny River in the Neva, on the Ivanovo patch .
In 1953, the Elektroshchit factory began to produce products, which later became one of the leading enterprises of the USSR Ministry of Energy.
On October 24, 1970, as a result of the merger of the villages of Ivanovo, Otradnoye and Ust-Tosno, the city of Otradnoe was formed.
On January 1, 2006, in accordance with the regional law No. 100-oz dated November 29, 2004 “On the establishment of borders and the appropriate status of the municipal formation of the Kirovsky municipal district and municipalities in its composition”  the Otradnensky urban settlement was formed, which included the city Otradnoe.
The city is located on the left bank of the Neva , 18 km from Rybatskoye metro station, has a common administrative border with St. Petersburg .
The length of the city along the Neva is about 7 km, the area is 70.1 km²  .
The Tosna and Svyatka rivers also flow through the city.
The distance to the district center is 16 km  .
|1959 ||1970 ||1979 ||1989 ||1992 ||1996 ||1997||1998 ||2000 |
|6426||↗ 18 603||↗ 20 046||↗ 22 386||↗ 22 900||↘ 22 800||→ 22 800||↘ 22,700||↘ 22 500|
|2001 ||2002 ||2003 ||2005 ||2006 ||2007 ||2008 ||2009 ||2010 |
|↘ 22 400||↘ 21 570||↗ 21 600||→ 21 600||↘ 21 500||→ 21 500||→ 21 500||↗ 21 560||↗ 23 866|
|2011 ||2012 ||2013 ||2014 ||2015 ||2016 ||2017 ||2018 ||2019 |
|↗ 23 900||↗ 24 504||↗ 24 994||↗ 25 225||↗ 25 481||↘ 25 203||↗ 25 344||↗ 25 421||↗ 25 623|
As of January 1, 2019, in terms of population, the city was in 567th place out of 1,115  cities of the Russian Federation  .
The change in the number of inhabitants of the city of Otradnoye (thousand people)   .
- JSC "Leningrad Shipbuilding Plant" Pella "" (Tsentralnaya St., 4)
- CJSC Confectionery Association Favorite Land (Zheleznodorozhnaya St., 1) 
- OJSC “Leningrad mast-impregnating plant” (Leningradskoye shosse, building 1) - woodworking enterprise
- Lenrechport OJSC (10, Kirpichnaya St.) - cargo handling and storage, ship repair and maintenance
- OJSC "Nevsky Plant" Electroshield "" (Zavodskaya St., 1A) - manufacture of electrical equipment 
- OJSC "Tuboplast-Otradnoye" (Zheleznodorozhnaya St., 1) - manufacture of plastic tubes for toothpastes and cosmetic products 
- LLC Petroproduct-Otradnoye (Zheleznodorozhnaya St., 1) is one of the enterprises of the Heinz company in Russia 
The city has two secondary schools No. 2 and No. 3, a lyceum, a children's art school, a center for extracurricular activities, four nursery schools (No. 3, No. 13, No. 33, No. 44) and a kindergarten No. 4  .
Before the revolution , there were three temples in Otradnoy  , which were subsequently destroyed. Among them - the Transfiguration Church of the Beijing Orthodox Mission of the Russian Orthodox Church  and the church in the name of St. John the Gracious  .
In 1997, the clubhouse of the Leningrad mast-impregnation plant was transferred to a local parish. A bell tower was built with donations from parishioners. At present, the Church of St. John the Merciful has a Sunday school and a school for Orthodox parents, a library is working, and pilgrimage trips are being organized. A chapel in the name of St. Great Martyr and Victorious George  , located next to the monument " Nevsky threshold ", is also assigned to the church.
The main places of cultural development in the city are the children's art school, the Fortuna cultural center and the city library. A lot of creative and sports teams work on the basis of the Fortuna business center  .
Communications and Media
Several local newspapers are distributed in Otradnoye, among them ProOrtadnoe, Ladoga , and JOYOUS yesterday, today, and tomorrow.
Mobile communication services are provided by Beeline , MegaFon , YOTA , Sky Link , MTS and Tele2 . There is a cable television network.
There are three branches of the Russian Post in the city. Zip codes of Otradnoy: 187330-187332  .
Connection to the Internet on the territory of the city is carried out by several providers, among them: Rostelecom, Lentel  and Prostor Telecom.
There is a youth sports school in the city (Zheleznodorozhnaya St., 1). One of her graduates, bodybuilder Evgeny Mishin , has repeatedly won prizes in various international competitions.
In September 2009, a new fitness center was opened  .
- The building of the postal station of the former Pellinsky Palace is an object of cultural heritage of Russia of federal significance 
- Ivanovo rapids
- Ivanovo Piglet
- Nevsky threshold - a memorial on the banks of the Tosny River , part of the Green Belt of Glory
- Church of St. John the Merciful (12 Lenin St.) - a functioning Orthodox church
- Belous, Alexei Bronislavovich - Vice-speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the Leningrad Region , honorary citizen of the city of Otradnoe  
- Zara - pop singer and actress, finalist of the " Star Factory-6 " 
- Legostaev, Konstantin Valerievich - singer, participant of the "Star Factory-5" 
- Makarov, Oleg Grigorievich - Soviet and Russian cosmonaut, twice Hero of the Soviet Union 
- Mishin, Evgeny Aleksandrovich - Russian bodybuilder , champion of Europe and Russia in powerlifting, participant of the contest " Mr. Olympia " 
- Negrilo, Vasily Alekseevich - Full Knight of the Order of Glory  
- Petrikov, Andrey Gavrilovich - Hero of the Soviet Union  
- Potanin, Nikolai Ivanovich - Hero of Socialist Labor, honorary resident of the city of Otradnoe  
- Shishov, Vladimir Alexandrovich - Hero of the Soviet Union 
Motorways pass through the city:
- 41K-021 ( St. Petersburg - Kirovsk ).
- 41K-028 ( Ulyanovka - Otradnoe)
You can get to Otradnoye by electric train from Moskovsky Station ( Ivanovskaya and Pella railway stations), buses and minibuses (No. 440, K-440A, 682, K-682) from metro station "Rybatskoe" . The city is also connected by bus with Nikolsky (No. 319, 438, 438z, 682, 687), Ulyanovka (No. 319, 438, 687), Kolpino (No. 438, 438z, 475), Tosno (No. 319, 687), Pavlovo , Kirovsky and Shlisselburg (No. 440, 475).
In the center and the private sector of Otradnoye there is a K-2 minibus (railway station Ivanovskaya - railway station Pella ).
- Head of the City of Otradnoye public organization, otradnoe-na-neve.ru (Retrieved September 16, 2019)
- Resident population by context of municipalities of the Leningrad Region as of January 1, 2019 . Date of appeal April 27, 2019.
- UFPS of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region - FSUE Russian Post Branch (Retrieved February 3, 2013)
- Neighborhoods of Petersburg - The census salary book of the Vodskaya Pyatina of 1500. (Retrieved March 2, 2016)
- Historical maps of the Vsevolozhsk district - a fragment of the map of Ingermanland, compiled in 1827 as of 1676 (Retrieved March 2, 2016)
- M.I. Plyaev. The Forgotten Past of St. Petersburg Environs (Retrieved March 2, 2016)
- Description of the St. Petersburg province by counties and camps . - St. Petersburg, 1838 .-- S. 76 .-- 144 p.
- Alphabetical list of villages, by counties and camps of the St. Petersburg province . - St. Petersburg, 1856. - S. 14. - 152 p.
- Alphabetical list of villages, by counties and camps of the St. Petersburg province . - St. Petersburg, 1856. - S. 16. - 152 p.
- People's Encyclopedia "My City". Otradnoye (Leningrad Oblast) (Retrieved March 2, 2016)
- Railway stations of the USSR. Directory. - M., Transport, 1981
- Administrative territorial division of the Leningrad region. - L., 1933, p. 419
- Regional Law “On the Establishment of Borders and the Allocation of the Appropriate Status of a Municipal Formation to the Kirov Municipal District and Municipal Units in Its Composition” (Unavailable link) . Date of treatment September 6, 2013. Archived on September 21, 2013.
- Otradnensky GP | The official portal of the Administration of the Leningrad Region Archival copy of February 22, 2008 on the Wayback Machine (Retrieved September 12, 2010)
- Administrative territorial division of the Leningrad region. - SPb., 2007, p. 31 Archived on October 17, 2013.
- 1959 All-Union Census. The number of urban population of the RSFSR, its territorial units, urban settlements and urban areas by gender . Demoscope Weekly. Date of treatment September 25, 2013. Archived on April 28, 2013.
- 1970 All-Union Population Census. The number of urban population of the RSFSR, its territorial units, urban settlements and urban areas by gender. . Demoscope Weekly. Date of treatment September 25, 2013. Archived on April 28, 2013.
- 1979 All-Union Population Census. The number of urban population of the RSFSR, its territorial units, urban settlements and urban areas by gender. . Demoscope Weekly. Date of treatment September 25, 2013. Archived on April 28, 2013.
- 1989 All-Union Population Census. The urban population . Archived on August 22, 2011.
- People's Encyclopedia “My City”. Otradnoe . Date of treatment October 13, 2013. Archived October 13, 2013.
- 2002 All-Russian Population Census. Tom. 1, table 4. The population of Russia, federal districts, constituent entities of the Russian Federation, regions, urban settlements, rural settlements - district centers and rural settlements with a population of 3 thousand or more . Archived February 3, 2012.
- Administrative territorial division of the Leningrad Region: [reference.] / Under the general. ed. V.A. Skorobogatova, V.V. Pavlova; comp. V. G. Kozhevnikov. - SPb., 2007. - 281 p. . Date of treatment April 26, 2015. Archived April 26, 2015.
- Cities of the Leningrad Region (number of inhabitants - estimate as of January 1, 2008, thousand people) . Date of treatment July 6, 2016. Archived July 6, 2016.
- The number of permanent population of the Russian Federation by cities, urban-type settlements and districts as of January 1, 2009 . Date of treatment January 2, 2014. Archived January 2, 2014.
- 2010 All-Russian Population Census. Leningrad region . Date of treatment August 10, 2014. Archived on August 10, 2014.
- Population of municipalities and the Sosnovoborsky urban district of the Leningrad Region as of January 1, 2011 . Date of treatment April 12, 2014. Archived April 12, 2014.
- Population of the Russian Federation by municipalities. Table 35. Estimated resident population as of January 1, 2012 . Date of treatment May 31, 2014. Archived May 31, 2014.
- The population of the Russian Federation by municipalities as of January 1, 2013. - M.: Federal State Statistics Service of Rosstat, 2013. - 528 p. (Table 33. The population of urban districts, municipalities, urban and rural settlements, urban settlements, rural settlements) . Date of treatment November 16, 2013. Archived November 16, 2013.
- Table 33. The population of the Russian Federation by municipalities as of January 1, 2014 . Date of treatment August 2, 2014. Archived on August 2, 2014.
- The population of the Russian Federation by municipalities as of January 1, 2015 . Date of treatment August 6, 2015. Archived on August 6, 2015.
- Population of the Russian Federation by municipalities as of January 1, 2016
- The population of the Russian Federation by municipalities as of January 1, 2017 (July 31, 2017). Date of treatment July 31, 2017. Archived July 31, 2017.
- The population of the Leningrad Region in the context of municipalities as of January 1, 2018 . Date of treatment June 22, 2018.
- taking into account the cities of Crimea
- The population of the Russian Federation by municipalities as of January 1, 2019. Table "21. The population of cities and towns by federal districts and constituent entities of the Russian Federation as of January 1, 2019 ” (RAR archive (1.0 Mb)). Federal State Statistics Service .
- Administrative territorial division of the Leningrad region. - SPb., 1997, p. twenty
- Population of districts and urban settlements of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation (xls)
- CJSC Confectionery Association “Beloved Land” ” (Retrieved September 12, 2010)
- Nevsky Plant “Electroshield” (Retrieved September 12, 2010)
- Tuboplast-Otradnoye (Retrieved April 27, 2014)
- Heinz in Russia Archived April 14, 2014 on Wayback Machine (Retrieved April 27, 2014)
- Municipal educational institutions of the Kirov region (Retrieved March 13, 2012)
- Consecration and the erection of the cross on the new bell tower of the church in Otradnoye (inaccessible link) (Retrieved September 12, 2010)
- Church of GOD'S MOTHER OF KAZAN (CHRISTMAS) of the Beijing Orthodox Mission :: ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF SAINT PETERSBURG (Retrieved September 12, 2010)
- General list of churches (parishes), monasteries and monastery courtyards of the St. Petersburg Diocese as of January 1, 2009. Archived on April 6, 2010. (Retrieved September 12, 2010)
- The site of the city of Otradnoye on the Neva - CC Fortuna (Retrieved September 12, 2010)
- LENTEL - Otradnoe Archival copy of April 3, 2010 on the Wayback Machine (Retrieved January 11, 2017)
- Serdyukov promised not to skimp on sports spending - Rosbalt-Petersburg , (Retrieved September 12, 2010)
- Information and reference resources of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation Archival copy of March 4, 2016 on the Wayback Machine (Retrieved September 12, 2010)
- Vice-speaker of the regional ZakS became an honorary citizen of the city of Otradnoye (Retrieved April 27, 2014)
- Honorary residents of the city of Otradnoye The city of Otradnoye on the Neva (Leningrad Region) . 490.ru. Date of appeal June 16, 2018.
- Heading: Famous compatriots . otradnoe-na-neve.ru. Date of treatment October 1, 2018.
- THE NAMES OF HEROES Were immortalized on the streets of Joyful . kirovsk-reg.ru. Date of appeal June 16, 2018.