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Finno-Ugric Merya and Muroma people, who were among the several pre-Slavic tribes which originally inhabited the area, called the river supposedly Mustajoki.
Martin von Vallenrodt collected books on various branches of knowledge. After the German defeat in 1918, the Polish Corridor of Danzig separated East Prussia and Königsberg from the rest of Germany.
Today the collection includes 291 printed volumes, as well as holdings of original medieval and Renaissance manuscripts, and literary and historical papers dating back to the XVI-XVIII centuries. Hitler’s desire to reunite them was one of the sparks that lit WWII.
FABRIKA Science and Technology Park houses the University hi-tech laboratories doing research in nano- and biotechnologies as well as in X-ray optics.
Research laboratories: QUANTORIUM is a new branch of FABRIKA designed for higher school students.
The distance to the Russian capitals: The main touristic places in the Kaliningrad region 21, Klinicheskaya Str., tel.: 7 (4012) 453 902 Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday 11 a.m. 1, Kanta Street (Island of Kant), tel.: 7 (4012) 631 705 Opening hours: Everyday – 9 a.m. 1 Peter the Great Quay, tel.: 7 (4012) 531 744 Opening hours: Wednesday – Sunday 11 a.m. Marshala Vasilevskogo Square, tel.: 7 (4012) 461 563 Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday 10 a.m.