"Pushkin's line is sung"
It was on this day — June 6, 1799 — that Sasha Pushkin was born in Moscow. Russian Russian is not only the "Sun of Russian Poetry", but also the creator of the modern Russian language. If it hadn't been for Alexander Sergeevich, perhaps we would have spoken differently today. In Soviet times, this holiday was celebrated as Pushkin's Poetry Festival. The event has always attracted the attention of the public and even during the Stalinist terror was accompanied by magnificent and solemn events. It is noteworthy that on June 6, 1880, a monument to Alexander Pushkin was unveiled in Moscow.