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Peter I the Great (1672 - 1725), the Tsar (from 1682), the Emperor (from 1721).

Peter I the Great (1672–1725, SPb), the Tsar (from 1682), the Emperor (from 1721). He was a son of Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich in the second marriage (to N. К. Naryshkina)

Petrov-Vodkin K.S., Artist (1878-1939)

PETROV-VODKIN Kuzma Sergeevich (1878-1939, Leningrad) was an artist, honoured worker of arts of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (1930). He trained at the Central College of Technical Drawing from 1895 to 1897

Pevtsov I.N., (1879-1934), actor

PEVTSOV Illarion Nikolaevich (1879-1934, Leningrad), actor, pedagogue, People's Artist of Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (1932). In 1902, completed drama courses at the Musical Drama School of Moscow Philharmonic Society

Pokrovsky V.A. (1871-1931), architect

POKROVSKY Vladimir Alexandrovich (1871-1931, Leningrad), an architect, master of the early 20th century neo-Russian style. Graduated from the Academy of Arts (1898; Academician of Architecture since 1907

Potemkin G. A. (1739-1791), statesman

POTEMKIN (from 1775 Potemkin-Tavrichesky) Grigory Alexandrovich (1739-1791), Count (1774) and His Highness, Prince (1775), statesman and military officer, favourite of Empress Catherine II, her secret spouse (from 1774) and virtual co-ruler

Pushkin Alexander Sergeevich (1799-1837), poet

PUSHKIN Alexander Sergeevich (1799-1837, St. Petersburg), poet, prose writer, playwright, historian, journalist. Studied at the Imperial Lyceum at Tsarskoe Selo (1811-17; memorial plaque; presently a memorial museum)

Pushkin Dacha Museum

PUSHKIN DACHA MUSEUM (Pushkin Town, 2 Pushkinskaya Street) is a branch of the All-Russian Pushkin Museum. It was established in 1958 in the one-storied wooden building, which had earlier belonged to Court Valet Y

Pushkin, 1 Sadovaya Sreet, the Lyceum, a commemorative plaque

“The Imperial Lyceum was placed in this building from 1811 until 1843” 1911 – January 1912.