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Alexander Pushkin street

Alexander Pushkin street

We have reached the street that honours the great Russian poet Aleksandr Pushkin. This is one of the few streets in Chisinau that has not changed its name in the last 100 years. Because of his revolutionary poems, Pushkin is sent to mass in Chisinau. During the period of Soviet movement, his movement was interpreted as exile. In reality, while he was in Chisinau from 1820 until 1832, the poet had a comfortable stay. He managed to connect beautiful friendships, as well as a string of love affairs. In Chisinau, Pushkin also wrote some of his most beautiful poems: The Dagger, Prisoner of the Caucasus, Outlaw Brothers, Fountain of Bakhchysarai and began the masterpiece Yevgeny Oneghin.
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