The monument was designed by sculptor Matthew Manizer and established in 1943.
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The monument was designed by the architect Vladimir Aleksandrovich Reppo and was opened on June 15, 2000.
Life and work of Alexander Pushkin is closely associated with St. Petersburg. There has passed a youth of the great poet and the most mature years of his life and work. Tragic death of Pushkin occurred on January 27 (8 February) 1837 in St. Petersburg, on the left bank of the Black River (now Kolomyazhsky Avenue).
Since 1920 Zoschenko's family rented cottage in Sestroretsk, and in 1939 Zoschenko bought a house on the street Polevaya, 14-a. The monument was opened in 2003. I's located in a park on the street Tokarev near the central district library.