Rusalka (disambiguation)

Rusalka (disambiguation)

Rusalka may refer to:

* Rusalka, a water-nymph in Slavic mythology
* "Rusalka" (play), a major though unfinished verse play by Alexander Pushkin
* "Rusalka" (Dargomyzhsky), an opera by Alexander Dargomyzhsky based on Pushkin's play
* "Rusalka" (opera), an opera by Antonín Dvořák
* "Rusalka" (book), a fantasy book by C.J. Cherryh
* "Rusalka" (film), a Russian film by Anna Melikian about a modern mermaid
* Rusalka, Bulgaria, a resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast
* Lake Rusałka, a lake in Poznań, Poland
* Rusalka, a song by Radarmaker
* "Rusalka", a Russian battleship which sank near Helsinki, Finland on September 7, 1893
** Memorial to the ship in Tallinn, by Amandus Adamson
* Rusalka Planitia, a surface feature of the planet Venus
* Russalka or The Seacoast of Bohema, a story by Joanna Russ

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