Détails de l'endroit

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Pushkin's places on Myasnitskaya Street

The old Myasnitskaya Street in Moscow remembers many famous people. Many places here are associated with the name of Alexander Pushkin. House number seven, the former estate of the Tatar Tsarevich Ivan, was purchased by the famous historian and bibliophile A.D. Chertkov in the late twenties of the nineteenth century. The scientist provided his unique library for public access, and at that time it presented the only valuable collection of a book of manuscripts about the Slavs and Russia in Russia in Russia. Pushkin visited this library in 1836.

Since 1830, a friend of the poet, historian and journalist M. P. Pogodin, whom Pushkin visited. And house number forty-seven, now defunct, belonged to the former director of the Moscow Archive of the Collegium of Foreign Affairs A. F. Malinovsky. Pushkin knew him well, and Malinovsky's wife helped the poet in matchmaking to Natalia Goncharova. Where the post office is now located, during Pushkin's time, the same institution was located, where in 1833 he addressed the post director A. ME. Bulgakov with a request to give him a roadway for a trip to Kazan and Orenburg.

The old Myasnitskaya Street in Moscow remembers many famous people. Many places here are associated with the name of Alexander Pushkin. House number seven, the former estate of the Tatar Tsarevich Ivan, was purchased by the famous historian and bibliophile A.D. Chertkov in the late twenties of the nineteenth century. The scientist provided his unique library for public access, and at that time it presented the only valuable collection of a book of manuscripts about the Slavs and Russia in Russia in Russia. Pushkin visited this library in 1836.

Since 1830, a friend of the poet, historian and journalist M. P. Pogodin, whom Pushkin visited. And house number forty-seven, now defunct, belonged to the former director of the Moscow Archive of the Collegium of Foreign Affairs A. F. Malinovsky. Pushkin knew him well, and Malinovsky's wife helped the poet in matchmaking to Natalia Goncharova. Where the post office is now located, during Pushkin's time, the same institution was located, where in 1833 he addressed the post director A. ME. Bulgakov with a request to give him a roadway for a trip to Kazan and Orenburg.

The old Myasnitskaya Street in Moscow remembers many famous people. Many places here are associated with the name of Alexander Pushkin. House number seven, the former estate of the Tatar Tsarevich Ivan, was purchased by the famous historian and bibliophile A.D. Chertkov in the late twenties of the nineteenth century. The scientist provided his unique library for public access, and at that time it presented the only valuable collection of a book of manuscripts about the Slavs and Russia in Russia in Russia. Pushkin visited this library in 1836.

Since 1830, a friend of the poet, historian and journalist M. P. Pogodin, whom Pushkin visited. And house number forty-seven, now defunct, belonged to the former director of the Moscow Archive of the Collegium of Foreign Affairs A. F. Malinovsky. Pushkin knew him well, and Malinovsky's wife helped the poet in matchmaking to Natalia Goncharova. Where the post office is now located, during Pushkin's time, the same institution was located, where in 1833 he addressed the post director A. ME. Bulgakov with a request to give him a roadway for a trip to Kazan and Orenburg.

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Myasnitskaya Street

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