St. Petersburg, Russia
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Visit the home of beloved Russian poet, Alexander Pushkin. The writer of “Eugene Onegin,” “The Bronze Horseman” and “The Queen of Spades” lived in these apartments in 1836 and died there in 1837 after suffering a fatal blow in a duel. The lodging of the celebrated poet was preserved almost immediately following his death, so visitors today get a very accurate look at what the space was like when he was living there.
  • Tour the last home of Alexander Pushkin, now a museum
  • See the study where the poet wrote some of his final works
  • Explore notes and memorabilia belonging to the Pushkin family
  • Audio tour headsets are available in several languages
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