De Vries - a village in the Nadezhda district of Primorsky Krai . Included in the Nadezhda rural settlement .
|Subject of the federation||Primorsky Krai|
|History and Geography|
|Timezone||UTC + 10|
|Population||↘ 48  people ( 2010 )|
The village is named after James Cornelius De Vries , an entrepreneur who moved to Vladivostok from the Netherlands in 1864.
De Vries is located on the peninsula of the same name , washed by the waters of the Amur and Angular Bays. Altitude 1 m  .
The village is connected by a 13 km road with the Ussuri federal highway M60 .
The distance to the district center, the village of Volno-Nadezhdinskoye , is 17 km along the road, and 44 km to Vladivostok  .
The nearest platform of the Spring Train is located 5 km to the west, on the opposite side of Angular Bay.
|2002 ||2005||2008 ||2010 |
|77||↗ 79||↘ 65||↘ 48|
- Population of urban districts, municipalities, urban and rural settlements, urban settlements, rural settlements. All-Russian population census of 2010 (as of October 14, 2010). Primorsky Territory . Date of treatment August 31, 2013. Archived June 11, 2013.
- Maps, Weather, and Airports for De-Friz, Russia . www.fallingrain.com. Date of treatment March 1, 2018.
- Topographic map of Primorsky Krai. Scale 1: 200000, compiled in 1998 by 488 military cartographic factory of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation (Khabarovsk).
- 2002 All-Russian Census Data: Table No. 02c. Population and prevailing nationality for each rural locality. M .: Federal State Statistics Service, 2004
- Nadezhda district 1.01.2008