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Презентация”The Pushkin Museum in Nizhny Novgorod”
At the end of the summer of 1833, Pushkin set off to visit the sites of the Pugachev insurrection in the Volga and Urals region. Nizhny Novgorod was the first major stop of this trip. Pushkin stayed in the Deulin‘s Hotel, located opposite the Kremlin. Today near Minin Square (formerly Blagoveshcheskaya Square), in the building of the former Deulin‘s Hotel, a new museum has been created.
The Pushkin Museum in Nizhny Novgorod is a Branch of the State Literary-memorial and Natural Reserve-Museum in Bolshoye Boldino.
The Museum tells us that A.S. Pushkin spent in Nizhny only two days (the 2nd and the 3d of September of 1833). He wrote two letters to Natalia Goncharova. He told her about a dinner party in the Governor's house, about the city's streets and houses, the Kremlin, about the Makariev Yarmarka. And later on, the great Russian poet Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin, in his novel “Yevgeny Onegin”, referred to Nizhny Novgorod as both the birthplace of the great patriot Minin and the commercial center of Russia.
A.S. Pushkin in Nizhny Novgorod. The Pushkin Museum
Bolshaya Pokrovskaya Blagoveshcheskaya Square The Makariev Yarmarka “I wandered through the deserted shops of the Yarmarka. They made an impression of a ballroom when the Goncharov's coach had already left.“ A.Pushkin
The Exhibition Halls of the Museum
A lot of lectures on A.S. Puskin‘s Boldino are also held in the museum. 1830 – Pushkin‘s 1-st Autumn in Boldino. 1833 – Pushkin‘s visits Nizhny Novgorod, staying at the Deulinsky hotel. Later in the year he visits his estate, opening his 2-nd Autumn there. 1834 - Pushkin‘s 3-d Autumn in Boldino.
1830 A.S. Pushkin himself was surprised by the fruitfulness of this fall in Boldino. “Devils”, “Elegy”, “Undertaker”, “Belkin Tales”, “The Tales about the Priest and his Worker Oaf”, “Little tragedies”. The last chapters of “Yevgeny Onegin” were completed here. A period of bad weather and a cholera quarantine.
1833 During this second visit to Boldino, Pushkin wrote the short story “The Queen of Spades”, the poems “The Bronze Horseman” and “Angelo”, fairy tales, verses, as well as other works.
1834 Then there was the autumn of 1834 – the last of Pushkin’s three visits to Boldino. The only work which was written then was the brilliant “Tale of the Golden Rooster”.
A lot of children visit the Pushkin Museum in Nizhny Novgorod to find out something interesting about fairy-tales.
The Museum is situated at №5 Minin Street. Tourists from different countries of the world visit and admire the Pushkin Museum. If you‘re in Nizhny do visit this museum.