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Monument of Pushkin in Nur-Sultan.

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“He who goes to the gates of poetry, not inspired by muses, imagining that art alone will make him a poet, is himself imperfect, and his poetry is nothing compared to inspired poetry”


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The monument to Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin is made in an extraordinary dynamic composition and is a figure of the poet aspiring forward at the time of creative inspiration. The sculpture managed to merge the impulse and concentration.
Monument to the outstanding Russian poet Pushkin A.S. located in the area of ​​the campus of ENU. L.N. Gumilyov, on the left bank of the river. Ak-bulak. The monument is a gift from Russia to Kazakhstan, from the president of the Swiss company Merkata Traiding Viktor Stolpovskikh.
The author of the monument is the Honored Artist of Russia Andrei Kovalchuk. Figure A.S. Pushkin is made of bronze. Initially, the monument was in the square named after Pushkin on the street of the same name.
The unveiling of the monument took place in August 1999 in the area of ​​the Eurasian National University. L.N. Gumilyov. After extending Republic Avenue to the station and renaming the streets, the monument was moved to a square on the banks of the Akbulak River.
The monument is awarded the gold medal of the Russian Academy of Arts. The sculpture is made in an extraordinary dynamic composition and is a figure of the poet looking forward at the moment of creative inspiration.
The sculptor managed to merge the impulse and concentration. Sculptor A.N. Kovalchuk managed to merge together a break and concentration. The folds of the cloak, as if dispelled by the wind, make the sensation of a vortex play a definite role in creating the rhythm of rapid movement.
The sculpture is performed professionally. Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin (1799 - 1837) - the greatest Russian poet, prose writer, playwright, creator of the modern Russian literary language, the pride of national Russian literature, the luminary of Russian poetry.
Material: bronze and stone. Opening date at a new location on June 20, 2008 on the corner of A. Pushkin and Moskovskaya Streets.