Definitions for pushkinˈpʊʃ kɪn
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Alexander Sergeevich, 1799–1837, Russian poet and playwright.
Pushkin, Alexander Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeyevich Pushkin(noun)
Russian poet (1799-1837)
a town in Russia
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a distinguished Russian poet, considered the greatest, born at Moscow; his chief works are "Ruslan and Liudmila" (a heroic poem), "Eugene Onegin" (a romance), and "Boris Godunov" (a drama); was mortally wounded in a duel (1799-1837).
Pushkin, Saint Petersburg
Pushkin is a municipal town in Pushkinsky District of the federal city of St. Petersburg, Russia, located 24 kilometers south from the center of St. Petersburg proper, and its railway station, Detskoye Selo, is directly connected by railway to the Vitebsky Rail Terminal of the city. Population: 92,889. Pushkin was founded in 1710 as an imperial residence named Tsarskoye Selo and received status of a town in 1808. The first public railways in Russia, Tsarskoye Selo Railways, were opened here in 1837 and connected the town to the capital St. Petersburg. After the October Revolution, the town was renamed to Detskoye Selo. Its name was further changed in 1937 to Pushkin to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the death of the Russian poet Alexander Pushkin. The town contains an ensemble of the 18th century "Tsarskoye Selo". This museum complex includes the Catherine Palace, Alexander Palace and other buildings and associated parks; it is a major tourist attraction of the area and is included in the list of monuments protected by the UNESCO.
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