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Meeting with Pushkin

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Abstract
The film tells about the memorable places with which the life and work of the poet Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin is connected. Pskov region. Pushkin district. A stone with an inscription at the crossroads: "You will go to the right to Mikhailovskoe, you will go straight to Trigorskoe, you will come." The village of Mikhailovskoye. The landscape of the environs of the village, lake, hills. NDP. Birch Grove. Assumption Cathedral of the Svyatogorsk Monastery. State Museum-Reserve of A.S. Pushkin. A string of pilgrims who came to visit the grave of A.S. Pushkin. The grave of A.S. Pushkin. Monument at the grave of A.S. Pushkin. Family estate of the Pushkins. The interior of A.S. Pushkin. Chronicle. 1941-1945 The destroyed territory of the Museum-Reserve, the Assumption Cathedral of the Svyatogorsk Monastery and the monument at the grave of A.S. Pushkin. Chronicle. [1945] year. The grave of A.S. Pushkin. Monument at the grave of A.S. Pushkin, covered with boards. Soviet soldiers are passing by. The soldier lays flowers at the monument. [1962]. The rally at the grave of A.S. Pushkin. The village of Trigorskoye. The landscape of the environs of the village. Field. There are haystacks. Autumn forest landscape. State Museum-Reserve of A.S. Pushkin. Estate of Osipova-Wulf. Manor building. Alley. Pond. Onegin's bench. The announcer reads (off-screen) excerpts from poems by A.S. Pushkin "Conversation of a bookseller with a poet", "Domovoy".
Director
I. Rogachevsky
Color
Color
Film ID
35165
Keywords
the great patriotic war
, christianity
, museums
, settlements
, landscapes
, monuments
Meterage
274 м
Number of Parts
1
Operators
I. Rogachevsky
Other Creators
Scriptwriter S. Geychenko
Release Date
1969
Sound
Has Sound

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