The Period from 1151 to 1159 wasn’t particularly noteworthy for city.
* - briefly the legend sounds like this: once in the very far times the sea-shore was not where it is now. The sea splashed instead of forests and two big mountains (St. Monrell and St. Ranyell mountains) were the islands. One day the Great Ragmanoth arrived here to build fortress. He had chosen a place between two big mountains near the Hayna mouth of then for construction. He parted the waters of the sea and dug a huge deep pit at the bottom of the sea. Then he lighted a large white fire at the bottom of the pit and began to throw nearby rocks there. One of the rocks flew past the hole and fell near it glowing with a blue flame. So the Blue Rock appeared. Many rocks were not suitable for Ragmanoth and he put them in a green fire near the construction site to make them suitable. After a year of working the foundation for the fortress was ready. Then one day Rarmanoth called Mizhal (patron of Lossia) and sad: “I have to leave. Watch my fortress, I’ll be back in ten years and finish it”. Then he left Lossia. But he came back neither in ten years, nor in twenty, nor in one hundred, nor in one thousand. The fire gone out, waters merged back, the foundation of the fortress became the White Island, and rocks in green fire near became the Green Island. All this time Mizhal and his helpers lossins take care of this islands and wait for Ragmanoth to come back and finish his fortress.
By the way, the first Governor and the Mayor of Viserlind in combination was Ulrich von Zighaer – the admiral of Shterley flotilla who provided the ship for the first Monters expedition.
Meanwhile Klaus Monter and others explorers, which had arrived to the city, actively explored the surrounding area. Special attention was paid for the water area.
** - Helier The Great is the first emperor of the Viselgorth Empire.
*** - I should note one important detail (although I think many have already guessed but just in case): level of technical progress in the XII century in my world is about the same as level of technical progress of our world in the XVI century.
**** - Actually degree scale of temperature measurement will be invented later, but here the temperatures are given in degrees Celsius to make it clear.