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Memorial Day A.S. Pushkin in the Estate «Lopasnya-Zachatievskoe»

Memorial Day A.S. Pushkin in the Estate «Lopasnya-Zachatievskoe»

Date added:

11 February 2023, Sa

11:52

 The Lopasnya-Zachatievskoye Estate traditionally hosts events dedicated to the Remembrance Day of Alexander Pushkin. This year the traditional contest of art words was dedicated to the 190th anniversary of the first edition of the novel "Eugene Onegin".

Before the start of the competition programme, the participants and the museum staff took part in a memorial service at the necropolis of A.S. Pushkin's descendants.

This year's open competition was held in two stages - on 9 and 10 February. The first stage was attended by students of secondary and specialised educational institutions and schools in the southern region of the Moscow Region, while the second stage was attended by schoolchildren of the Chekhov municipal district and pupils of the Gubernaya College. A total of 64 people took part in the competition. The jury members had a particularly difficult task on 9 February, it was hard to choose the best of the best.

The first nomination -- "The Novel 'Eugene Onegin'":

Winners

Nadezhda Ektova - student of Chekhov Technical College (SP-1)

Anastasia Dudkina - pupil of Chekhov secondary school - 7

Prize winners

Myakotnaya Polina - pupil of Lipitskaya school of the Serpukhov municipal district

Ter-Ovanesyan Georgiy - student of Chekhov Technical College (SP-3)


The second nomination   "Works by A.S. Pushkin"

Winners:

Daniil Kharlamov - pupil of Dashkovskaya school of the Serpukhov municipal district

Prizewinners:

Arseny Khromov - student of Chekhov Technical College (SP-4)

Valeria Akimova - student of the Chekhov branch of MFYI

Yulia Mazurova -      student of the Chekhov branch of the MFJI

Ulyana Abramova - student of Huber College

Third nomination - "Works about A.S. Pushkin"

In this category, the jury determined only the winners:

Elvira Orgiyan, a student of Chekhov Technical College (SP-2), and David Kaloev, a student of School No. 1 in Chekhov. David read a poem about Pushkin of his own composition.

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