Anton Pavlovich Chekhov

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Anton Chekhov 
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Russian dramatist, author and physician
Date of birth 17 January 1860 (in Julian calendar)
Taganrog (Yekaterinoslav Governorate, Russian Empire)
Антон Павлович Чехов
Date of death 2 July 1904 (in Julian calendar)
Badenweiler (German Empire, Grand Duchy of Baden)
Manner of death
  • natural causes
Cause of death
  • tuberculosis
Place of burial
Country of citizenship
Educated at
  • Imperial University of Moscow (1879, Doctor of Medicine, 1884)
  • Chekhov Gymnasium (1868, 1876)
  • literary realism
Notable work
  • The Cherry Orchard
  • The Seagull
  • Uncle Vanya
  • Vanka
Award received
Authority control
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Русский: Антон Павлович Чехов (29 января 1860 — 15 июля 1904) — русский писатель.
English: Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (Антон Павлович Чехов) (January 29, 1860 (Jan. 17 O.S) in Taganrog, Russia – July 14 or July 15 (July 1 or 2) 1904 in Badenweiler, Germany) was a major Russian playwright and perhaps the finest modern writer of the short story.
Deutsch: Anton Pawlowitsch Tschechow ['tʃʲɛxəf] (russisch Антон Павлович Чехов, wiss. Transliteration Anton Pavlovič Čechov; * 29. Januar 1860 (Jan. 17 O.S) in Taganrog, Russland; † 15. Juli 1904 in Badenweiler) war ein russischer Schriftsteller und Dramatiker.
Français : Anton Pavlovitch Tchekhov (en russe : Анто́н Па́влович Че́хов), né le 29 janvier 1860 à Taganrog (Russie) et mort le 2 juillet/15 juillet 1904 à Badenweiler (Allemagne), est un nouvelliste et dramaturge russe, médecin de profession.
日本語: アントン・パブロビッチ・チェーホフ(Антон Павлович Чехов)(1860年1月29日(1月17日)ロシア・タガンログ〜1904年7月14日または15日(7月1日または2日)ドイツ・バーデンバイラー)は、ロシアの脚本家・小説家。

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Chekhov's family[edit]

Chekhov in Taganrog[edit]

Chekhov in Moscow Region[edit]

Chekhov in Tomsk, at Sakhalin Island and in Jalta at Crimea Island[edit]

Graves of the Chekhov family at the Novodevichy Cemetery in Moscow[edit]

Chekhov in Badenweiler[edit]