Galina Usova – Pushkin’s great-great-granddaughter died in Russia, photo

In the city of Michurinsk, Tambov region (Russia), the great-great-granddaughter of the poet Alexander Pushkin, Professor Galina Usova, died.

About this on Saturday, October 17, reported on the official page Michurinsk State Agrarian University, where the deceased worked for many years.

Doctor of Agricultural Sciences Galina Usova was Pushkin’s great-granddaughter through her great-grandmother Natalia Vorontsova-Velyaminova. She was born in 1938.

It is known that Galina Usova was engaged in scientific activities, doing research the genetic nature of the mutant clones. She was also one of the authors of the “Red Data Book of the Tambov Region: Plants, Lichens, Mushrooms”.

Farewell to Pushkin’s great-great-granddaughter will take place on Sunday morning, October 18, at the Bogolyubsky Cathedral in Michurinsk.

As reported by “Apostrophe”, in Of Russia Professor, Doctor of Historical Sciences, researcher of Buddhism Nikolay Abaev committed suicide.



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