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The National Pushkin Museum

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Great isn’t a strong enough word for the connection Russia has with its son, Pushkin the great poet and author. His school is a museum and there are museums commemorating him and his work in many Russian cities. The National Pushkin Museum in the St. Petersburg flat where he lived and died has one of the most extensive collections of his personal belongings, his works and those of his influences and those in his circles and of artistic representations of the author and his characters. As well as his school and country house at Tsarskoye Selo the Museum owns his Moscow flat and a memorial museum in St. Petersburg. Address: 191186, Naberezhnaya Reki Moyki 12

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