Kaliningrad stands on the river Pregolya where it runs into the Baltic Sea. It was founded in 1255 by Teutonic Knights. It was renamed as Kaliningrad in 1946. The town was almost destroyed during the war, that's why there are no historical landmarks. The tomb of the famous German philosopher I.
Kaliningrad (formerly Konlgsberg) is the Western-most city in Russia, located on the Baltic sea. Immanuel Kant, the famous philosopher, lived here in the 18th century, and he is buried. In this city neat the walls of Its main Cathedral. The Kaliningrad region is known as the Amber Land: it is famous for the world's largest amber depository, Kaliningrad's Amber Museum features a unique collection of amber and amber jewelry.
Kant is located in Kaliningrad, and the climatic seaside resorts Svetlogorsk,
Otradnoye, and Zelenogorsk are situated not far from the town.
Sovetsk (Tilsit) was founded in 1288 on the bank of the Neman as a castle
for Livonian knights. The ancient monuments were destroyed during World War