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Pushkin's places in Bolshoy Kharitonyevsky Lane

Alexander Pushkino spent his childhood in Moscow. The house in which the genius of Russian poetry was born is unknown, but it is known for sure that at the beginning of the nineteenth century his family lived in Bolshoy Kharitonyevsky Lane. At that time, until the middle of the nineteenth century, this lane was officially called Khomutovsky after the homeowner Khomutov, and the people called it simply Khomutovka. There was also the house where his grandmother, M. A. Hannibal. The Pushkins themselves changed three addresses in this lane: in houses number eight, ten and twenty-one. To this day, the palace of N. B. Yusupov or the Volkov-Yusupov Chamber. In 1801—1803, the Pushkin family lived in one of the wings of the palace. As a two-year-old child, Sasha walked in the famous Yusupov gardens, sung by him later, but destroyed by the fire of 1812.

The poet also visited Yusupov in the Arkhangelskoye country estate, and shortly after the wedding, the newlyweds Natalia and Alexander Pushkins invited the elderly prince to a dinner party in their Arbat apartment. A few years ago, at the corner of Maly and Bolshoy Kharitonyevsky lanes, there was a wooden one-story house called Larinsky. It is assumed that it was his poet who described in the novel “Eugene Onegin” as Tatyana's place of residence with her aunt in Moscow.

Alexander Pushkino spent his childhood in Moscow. The house in which the genius of Russian poetry was born is unknown, but it is known for sure that at the beginning of the nineteenth century his family lived in Bolshoy Kharitonyevsky Lane. At that time, until the middle of the nineteenth century, this lane was officially called Khomutovsky after the homeowner Khomutov, and the people called it simply Khomutovka. There was also the house where his grandmother, M. A. Hannibal. The Pushkins themselves changed three addresses in this lane: in houses number eight, ten and twenty-one. To this day, the palace of N. B. Yusupov or the Volkov-Yusupov Chamber. In 1801—1803, the Pushkin family lived in one of the wings of the palace. As a two-year-old child, Sasha walked in the famous Yusupov gardens, sung by him later, but destroyed by the fire of 1812.

The poet also visited Yusupov in the Arkhangelskoye country estate, and shortly after the wedding, the newlyweds Natalia and Alexander Pushkins invited the elderly prince to a dinner party in their Arbat apartment. A few years ago, at the corner of Maly and Bolshoy Kharitonyevsky lanes, there was a wooden one-story house called Larinsky. It is assumed that it was his poet who described in the novel “Eugene Onegin” as Tatyana's place of residence with her aunt in Moscow.

Alexander Pushkino spent his childhood in Moscow. The house in which the genius of Russian poetry was born is unknown, but it is known for sure that at the beginning of the nineteenth century his family lived in Bolshoy Kharitonyevsky Lane. At that time, until the middle of the nineteenth century, this lane was officially called Khomutovsky after the homeowner Khomutov, and the people called it simply Khomutovka. There was also the house where his grandmother, M. A. Hannibal. The Pushkins themselves changed three addresses in this lane: in houses number eight, ten and twenty-one. To this day, the palace of N. B. Yusupov or the Volkov-Yusupov Chamber. In 1801—1803, the Pushkin family lived in one of the wings of the palace. As a two-year-old child, Sasha walked in the famous Yusupov gardens, sung by him later, but destroyed by the fire of 1812.

The poet also visited Yusupov in the Arkhangelskoye country estate, and shortly after the wedding, the newlyweds Natalia and Alexander Pushkins invited the elderly prince to a dinner party in their Arbat apartment. A few years ago, at the corner of Maly and Bolshoy Kharitonyevsky lanes, there was a wooden one-story house called Larinsky. It is assumed that it was his poet who described in the novel “Eugene Onegin” as Tatyana's place of residence with her aunt in Moscow.

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Bolshoy Kharitonyevsky per.

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https://kudago.com/msk/place/pushkinskie-mesta-v-bolshom-haritonevskom-pereulke/

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