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(Terioki until 1948), a city in Leningrad Oblast, RSFSR. Located on the northern shore of the Gulf of Finland, with a railroad station 50 km to the northwest of Leningrad. Population, 16, 000(1970).
Zelenogorsk is a sea resort in the Leningrad Resort Region. Aerotherapy, heliotherapy, and thalassotherapy are practiced here; patients with diseases of the heart and circulatory system are treated, as are persons suffering from tuberculosis and poliomyelitis or their aftereffects. There are sanatoriums and houses of rest and an 880-hectare forest. In the village of Il’ichevo, 11 km from Zelenogorsk, there is a Home-Museum of V. I. Lenin. According to the general plan (1963; A. I. Naumov and other architects), the large rest area includes hotels, cultural and shopping structures, and microregions of permanent dwellings. A hotel and restaurant for autotourists (1959; architect, V. D. Kirkhoglani), the Morskoi Priboi House of Rest (1967; architect, E. I. larmolinskii), and the Olen’ Restaurant (1970; architect, S. I. Evdokimov) have been constructed.