Dating in vyborg
Viipuri belonged to the independent Republic of Finland between 1917–1940 and again 1941-1944.As a result of border changes in World War II it was annexed by The Soviet Union in 1944.The historical core of the town is formed by the castle and adjacent buildings.City’s major tourist attractions are: unique monuments of military architecture dating from 13th to 18th century, the authentic medieval spirit of the Old Town and magnificent landscape of park Montrepos with a 19th century estate.The castle owes its present appearance to extensive restorations undertaken in the 1890s.The military of the Russian Empire used the castle until 1918 for housing administration.Prominent figures who held Viipuri as their fief, were Bo Jonsson Grip, Christer Nilsson Vasa (1417–42), Karl Knutsson Bonde (1442–48, the future king), Eric Axelsson Tott (1457–81), Knut Posse (1495–97), Sten Sture the Elder (1497–99, between his regencies), Eric Bielke and count John of Hoya.
This is one of several stone houses remaining from the very oldmedieval building in the historic center of Vyborg. The house is located on the oldest street in Vyborg - Progonnaya Street, on which in the Middle Ages cattle were driven to pasture, hence the name of the street., 70 y.o., Russian Federation, Sankt-Petersburg, Vyborg Height: 5'4" (1 m 64 cm) Weight: 164lbs (74.4 kg) Hair: Red, Eye: Green, Religion: Christian Children: One, Language: English, Russian Looking for man, age from 55 to 65 y.o.Vyborg Castle was one of the three major castles of Finland.The main castle, located in the eastern part of the islet on its highest hill, has an irregular four-cornered layout, with the immense tower of St.
Olav (Pyhän Olavin torni in Finnish) as its biggest section. Outer defensive works surround the main castle, following the islet's coastlines. References: Porte Mars is an ancient Roman triumphal arch in Reims. The arch has many highly detailed carvings on its exterior and on the ceilings of its three passageways.Its military and strategic status was in the late Middle Ages only second to the fortified capital Stockholm.