The Fifth Kilometer is a village at the station in Zanevsky urban settlement of the Vsevolozhsk district of the Leningrad region .
|Station at the station|
|Subject of the federation||Leningrad region|
|History and Geography|
|First mention||XX century|
|Timezone||UTC + 3|
|Population||▬ 4  people ( 2017 )|
|Telephone code||+7 81370|
In 1940, the Zanevsky Post - Mountains railway line was officially opened. It passed mainly through uninhabited territories.
During the Great Patriotic War , the Kuzminsky bridge across the Neva was blown up, so there was no full-fledged message on this branch.
The village was formed at the platform of 5 km .
According to data from 1973 and 1990, the village at the Fifth Kilometer station was part of the Zanevsky Village Council   .
In 1997, 6 people lived in the village, in 2002 - 12 people (Russian - 75%), in 2007 - 8    .
The village is located in the southwestern part of the region south of the highway 41K-079 ( St. Petersburg - Koltushi ).
The fifth Kilometer is connected with the village of Yanino-1 by road.
The distance to the administrative center of the settlement is 5 km  .
To the north of the village is a monument - the mass grave of Soviet soldiers and sailors of the Baltic Fleet who died during the Great Patriotic War  .
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