Alexander Pushkin

We present you the seventh episode from the series "Serbian-Russian medallions" about Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin.

Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin was born on June 6, 1799, in Moscow, and died in St. Petersburg on February 10, 1837.

This is a story about an exceptional person, a great Russian writer who has a lot in common with Serbia. Namely, it is believed that our count Sava Vladislavić bought Pushkin's great-grandfather at the slave market in Constantinople. Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin wrote several beautiful poems about Karadjordj and his daughter. They were translated by our famous writer Milorad Pavić.

How Pushkin's rebellion led to unbreakable ties with the Serbian people and more interesting facts from the life of this great writer, see in a short video that we prepared in cooperation with Mr. Slavenko Terzic, a permanent member of the Serbian Academy of sciences and arts.

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