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Pushkin Museum

The Pushkin Fine Arts Museum is a museum in Moscow, dedicated to Aleksandr Pushkin.

The museum was opened in 1912, and contains Russia's second-largest collection of European art[?] including many Impressionist and Post-Impressionist[?] paintings. This collection includes Manet's Dejeuner sur l'herbe, Renoir's Bathing in the Seine, a number of works by van Gogh and Matisse, and a gallery dedicated to the paintings of Gauguin.

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