Zaporizhzhia (until 1948, Metspirtti , Fin. Metsäpirtti  ) is a village, the administrative center of the Zaporizhzhya rural settlement in Priozersky District of the Leningrad Region .
|Subject of the federation||Leningrad region|
|History and geography|
|Former names||Not good, fin. Metsäpirtti , Zaporizhia|
|Center height||16 m|
|Timezone||UTC + 3|
|Population||▼ 2165  people ( 2017 )|
|Telephone code||+7 81379|
The toponym Metstiperti literally translated from Karelian means "forest hut".
By the decision of the general meeting of citizens of the village of Metspirtti in the winter of 1948, the village was named Zaporizhia . The basis of the toponymic neoplasm formed, obviously, local "natural features". The renaming in the form of Zaporozhskoye was secured by the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR of January 13, 1949  .
In the area of the modern settlement there are traces of the Varangian presence of the 9th — 11th centuries  .
The village on Cheperti (or Nechepert ) is noted in the scribal book of Vodskaya Pyatina of 1539.
Village Metspirtti on the map of 1923
Until 1939, the village of Metspirtti was part of the parish of the same name of the Vyborg gubernia of the Finnish Republic  .
Since May 1940 - as part of the Malak village council of the Rautovsky district of the Leningrad region.
From July 1, 1941 to May 31, 1944, Finnish occupation.
From October 1948, the village of Metspirtti 'was taken into account in the Denisovsky Village Council of the Sosnovsky District
From January 1949, the village began to be counted as a Zaporozhskoye settlement within the Denisovsky Village Council of the Sosnovsky District.
Since October 1956 - as part of the Zaporizhia village council of Sosnovsky district.
From December 1960 - as part of the Priozersk District.
From February 1, 1963 - as part of the Zaporizhia village council of the Vyborg district .
From January 1, 1965 - again as part of the Zaporizhzhya Village Council of the Priozersky District. In 1965, the population of the village was 466 people  .
According to the data of 1966 and 1973, the settlement of Zaporizhia was part of the Zaporizhia village council and was its administrative center   .
According to 1990 data, Zaporozhskoye was the administrative center of the Zaporizhzhya village council, which included seven settlements, with a total population of 1918 people. In the village of Zaporozhye lived 1516 people  .
In 1997, 1,810 people lived in the village of Zaporozhskoe Zaporozhskaya Volost, in 2002, 1,851 people (86% Russian), the settlement was the administrative center of the volost   .
In 2007, 1926 people lived in the village of Zaporizhia Zaporozhsky SP , in 2010 - 2205 people, the village was the administrative center of a rural settlement   .
The settlement is located in the southeastern part of the district on the 41K-012 road ( St. Petersburg - Priozersk ) at the place of its intersection by the 41A-025 road ( Ushkovo - Pyatirechye ).
The distance to the district center is 94 km  .
The distance to the nearest railway station Sosnovo is 18 km  .
The Vyun River and the Polyanny Stream flow through the village.
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