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Coat of arms of Sviyazhsk Sviyazhsk or Zöyä (Russian: Свия́жск; Tatar Cyrillic: Зөя, Latin: Zöyä) is a village (selo) in the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia, located at the confluence of the Volga and Sviyaga Rivers, 55°46′N 48°40′E / 55.767°N 48.667°E / 55.767; 48.667Coordinates: 55°46′N 48°40′E / 55.767°N 48.667°E / 55.767; 48.667. It has been situated on an island since the construction of the Kuybyshev Reservoir at Tolyatti downstream Volga. Sviyazhsk was founded in 1551 as a fortress, which was built within four weeks from parts made in Uglich and transported down the Volga. It became a military base of the Russian army during the siege of Kazan (1552). Since the 15th century Sviyazhsk became a center of an uyezd. In 1920–1927 it was a center of Sviyazhsky Kanton, in 1927–1931—a center of Sviyazhsky District. In 1932 town was demoted to village. Since 1955 it is situated at the island. Cathedral in Sviyazhsk Home in Sviyazhsk, with the river port in the background There is a school and a club in the village, as well as a monastery associated with the name of Venerable Macarius of Unzha. Historical population 1989 747 (Russians - 66%, Tatars - 27%)[1] 2000 258[1] References ^ a b (Tatar) "Зөя". Tatar Encyclopedia. Kazan: Tatarstan Republic Academy of Sciences Institution of the Tatar Encyclopaedia. 2002.  This Tatarstan location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e