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Alexander Pushkin (1799–1837) was a Russian poet.
Pushkin may also refer to:
- Pushkin, Russia, name of several inhabited localities in Russia
- Biləsuvar, Azerbaijan, formerly Pushkin
- Pushkin Airport, an airfield near Saint Petersburg
People with the surname
- Aleksei Musin-Pushkin (1744–1817), Russian statesman, historian, and art collector
- Apollo Mussin-Pushkin (1760–1805), Russian chemist and plant collector
- Natalia Pushkina (1812–1863), Alexander Pushkin's wife
- Vasily Pushkin (1766–1830), Russian poet, Aleksander Pushkin's uncle
- Alexander Ivanovich Pushkin (1907–1970), Ballet master, among his students Mikhail Baryshnikov and Rudolf Nureyev
- General Pushkin, the head of the KGB in the film The Living Daylights
- Dimitri Pushkin, the best known Rocket Red
- Pushkin Prize, a literary prize
- Pushkin Press, a British-based publishing house
- Pushkin Museum, a fine arts museum in Moscow
- Pushkin Private School, Russian private school in Thornhill, Ontario
- "Pushkin" (song), a song by Will Oldham
- MS Alexandr Pushkin, an ocean liner
- Alexander Pushkin (Bourganov), a statue in Washington D.C.
- Alexander Pushkin (diamond), a large gem discovered in 1989
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