Rudnaya Pristan ' is a village in Germany urban district of Primorsky Krai, located at the mouth of the river Ore on the shore of Ore Bay of the Japanese sea in 35 km from Moscow and 540 km away from Vladivostok. The status of the settlement point has since 1927. В1930-1940s the village was called the factory fishing ship for smelting (lead) plant, built in 1930. In 1945, renamed in Tetyukhe Marina, and in 1972 – in Rudnaya Pristan', followed by the Bay. In 2004, the urban village of Rudnaya Pristan has become a village.
The main attractions are kekury two brothers and built in the early 1950-ies of the lighthouse, which is located on Cape Brynner, covers the entrance to the tiny port. Cape Brynner is a two-headed rock, on the smaller of the peaks which is erected a lighthouse. With the second, higher summit offers a magnificent view of the Bay Ore, the village, and the coast to the North. Kekury Two brothers (Two fingers) are in the South Bay. Their image can be found on the bill B1000 rubles until 1997. In the village of Rudnaya Pristan ' was the last station Dal narrow-gauge railway.
|Address:||Primorsky Krai, Dalnegorsk city district, the village of Rudnaya Pristan'|