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Russian poet (1799-1837)

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He worked principally at two of the empress's estates, at Tsarskoye Selo and at Pavlovsk, where he introduced a novel manner inspired by the antique.
The laboratory nature of this new town, a model strategically built under Catherine's nose at her Tsarskoye Selo palace outside St Petersburg (she could view the progress of its construction from the Neo-Palladian Cameron Gallery there), was not only to bring about the establishment of a Scottish colony there but also to attract such young architects as Nikolay Lvov and Ivan Starov.
Pushkin was born into an aristocratic family and attended the Imperial Lyceum at Tsarskoye Selo (later renamed Pushkin), where he began his literary career with the publication in 1814 of his verse epistle "To My Friend, the Poet." While at the Lyceum he also began his first completed major work, the romantic poem Ruslan i Lyudmila (1820; RUSLAN AND LUDMILA).
Other portraits show her in travelling dress--with scarlet, gold-embossed tunic and fur tippet-and walking, in old age, with her dog in the gardens of her palace at Tsarskoye Selo. There is also a notable portrait of Potemkin, whose sagacious gaze is captured on canvas by Johann Baptist Lampi the Elder (1751-1830), and of several of her grandchildren.
Also in late June is the Tsarskoye Selo Carnival, featuring costume parades, mock battles, music, exhibitions and fireworks.
In 1838 he was sent to the Imperial Lycee at Tsarskoye Selo (now Pushkin), Russia's training ground for high officers of state.
There is nothing left of thousands of country houses round Leningrad, Peterhof is wiped out, and little more than a heap of ruins is left of Tsarskoye Selo, Pavlosk and Gatchina ...
The Catherine Palace at Tsarskoye Selo, with its stunning blue exterior, has been painstakingly restored since it was ransacked by the Nazis.