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The Tale of Tsar Saltan, of his Son the Renowned and Mighty Bogatyr Prince Gvidon Saltanovich, and of the Beautiful Princess-Swan

The Tale of Tsar Saltan is a 1831 poem by Aleksandr Pushkin, written after the Russian fairy tale edited by Vladimir Dahl. The story is of three sisters, of whom the youngest is chosen by Tsar Saltan to be his wife, while he makes the other two his royal cook and royal weaver. They are jealous of course, and when the tsarina gives birth to a son,... More...


Guinea Bissau, 2003, Tale about Tsar Saltan

Guinea Bissau, 2003, Tale about Tsar Saltan

Kyrgyzstan, 1999, Gvidon and Tsarevna-Swan

Russia, 1997, Tsar Saltan

Russia, 2006, Tsarevna-Swan

Transnistria, 1994, Aleksander Pushkin and his fairy tales

USSR, 1967, Tsarevna-Swan

USSR, 1969, Tale of the Tsar Saltan

USSR, 1977, Tale of the Tsar Saltan

USSR, 1977, Fontain Tsarevna-Swan in Sochi

USSR, 1968.02.07, Fontain The Tale of Tsar Saltan in Essentuki

USSR, 1971.03.10, Fontain Tsarevna-Swan in Sochi

USSR, 1977.02.09, Fontain Tsarevna-Swan in Sochi

USSR, 1979.01.29, Fontain Tsarevna-Swan in Sochi

USSR, 1982.10.26, Fontain Tsarevna-Swan in Sochi

USSR, 1987.06.04, Tsarevna Swan

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