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Pumpyansky L.V. (1891-1940), literary critic

PUMPYANSKY Lev Vasilievich [before conversion to Orthodoxy (1911) - Pumpyan Leib Meerovich] (1891-1940, Leningrad), literary critic. In 1912-16, studied at the Faculty of History and Philology of St. Petersburg (Petrograd) University

Punin N.N., (1888-1953), art historian

PUNIN Nikolay Nikolaevich (1888-1953), art theorist, historian, and museum worker. He lived in Pavlovsk and Tsarskoe Selo from the early 1900s. In 1907-14, he studied at the law faculty and faculty of history and philosophy of Petersburg University

Puppet Theatres (entry)

PUPPET THEATRES. The first professional State Puppet Theatre was Petrograd Puppet Theatre directed by L. V. Shaporina-Yakovleva (founded in 1918, opened in 1919, in 1923-24 part of the Young People's Theatre at 33 Mokhovaya Street)

Purishkevich V. M. (1870-1920), public and political figure

PURISHKEVICH Vladimir Mitrofanovich (1870-1920) was a public figure, publicist, and Full State Counsellor (1912). He graduated from the Department of Classics at the Faculty of History and Philosophy of Novorossiisk University (Odessa, 1895)

Pushkarev I.I. (1808-1848), Historian, Regional Ethnographer

PUSHKAREV Ivan Ilyich (1803-1848, St. Petersburg), historian, statistician, regional ethnographer. Graduated from the Gymnasium in Simbirsk. Lived in St. Petersburg from 1834. Pushkarev served as a clerk at the Main Engineers College

Pushkarev V.A. (1915-2002), art historian, museum worker

PUSHKAREV Vasily Alexeevich (1915-2002), art historian, museum worker, honoured worker of arts of the Russian Federation (1994), honorary member of the Academy of Arts (2002)

Pushkarskaya Bolshaya Street

PUSHKARSKAYA BOLSHAYA STREET (until 1798 - Malaya Ofitserskaya Street), between Syezzhinskaya Street and Kamennoostrovsky Avenue, on Petrogradskaya Side. The road appeared in the first third of the 18th century

Pushkin Alexander Sergeevich (1799-1837), poet

PUSHKIN Alexander Sergeevich (1799-1837, St. Petersburg), poet, prose writer, playwright, historian, journalist. Studied at the Imperial Lyceum at Tsarskoe Selo (1811-17; memorial plaque; presently a memorial museum)

Pushkin Centre

PUSHKIN CENTRE, State Pushkin Theatre Centre in St. Petersburg (41 Fontanka River Embankment), theatre and publishing organisation established in 1992 by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation

Pushkin Children's Library, central, municipal

CHILDREN'S LIBRARY, central, municipal, named after Alexander Pushkin, subordinated to the Committee for Culture of St. Petersburg Administration (33 Bolshaya Morskaya Street), founded in 1921

Pushkin Dacha Museum

PUSHKIN DACHA MUSEUM (Pushkin Town, 2 Pushkinskaya Street) is a branch of the All-Russian Pushkin Museum. It was established in 1958 in the one-storied wooden building, which had earlier belonged to Court Valet Y

Pushkin Memorial Museum Apartment

PUSHKIN MEMORIAL MUSEUM APARTMENT (12 Moika River Embankment) is a branch of the All-Russian Pushkin Museum. The museum was established in 1925-27 in the flat where the poet spent the last four months of his life from September 1836

Pushkin Society

PUSHKIN SOCIETY based on the Society of Friends of the State Museum and Reserve Pushkin Corner in 1931 in order to study and popularise Russian classical literature of the 19th century, especially Alexander Pushkin's works

Pushkin, 1 Sadovaya Sreet, the Lyceum, a commemorative plaque

“The Imperial Lyceum was placed in this building from 1811 until 1843” 1911 – January 1912.

Pushkin, town

PUSHKIN, a town and municipal unit situated south of Saint Petersburg. Known until 1918 as Tsarskoe Selo, and in 1918-37 as Detskoe Selo. As of 2002, population totalled approximately 95,000 inhabitants

Pushkinskaya Street

PUSHKINSKAYA STREET (until 1881 Novy Avenue, Kompaneiskaya Street), between Nevsky Prospect and Kuznechny Lane. It was named after Alexander Pushkin. The street was built in 1874 and actually is a creation of architect P.Y

Pushkinsky District

PUSHKINSKY DISTRICT, an administrative and territorial unit of St. Petersburg (with the territorial administration situated in the town of Pushkin, at 24 Oktyabrsky Boulevard)

Putilov N.I., (1820-1880), entrepreneur

PUTILOV Nikolay Ivanovich (1820-1880, St. Petersburg), entrepreneur, engineer. After he completed Officer’s Classes at the Naval School in 1840, he worked as a lecturer and served in the Navy Department until his resignation in 1857

Putilov А.I. (1867-after 1837), entrepreneur

PUTILOV Alexey Ivanovich (1867 - after 1937), statesman, entrepreneur, financier, Actual Civil Counsellor. Graduating from St. Petersburg University with a law degree in 1889, he served in the Ministry of Finance from 1890

Pylyaev M.I. (1842-1899), expert of regional ethnography

PYLYAEV Mikhail Ivanovich (1842, St. Petersburg - 1899, the same city) writer and journalist. He received no systematic education, but attended lectures at Kharkov University and abroad

Pypin A.N., (1833-1904), literary historian

PYPIN Alexander Nikolaevich (1833-1904), specialist in study of literature, ethnographer, member of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1898). He was a cousin of N.G. Chernyshevsky

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