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  • Dacha - Wikipedia

    A dacha (Russian: да́ча, IPA: ( listen)) is a seasonal or year-round second home, often located in the exurbs of Russian and other post-Soviet cities. A cottage ...

  • Dacha Beer Garden - Cafe, Restaurant, Private Parties and ...

    Enjoy authentic beer garden experience, world-class drafts, gourmet food, best outdoor brunch, host private parties and business lunches at Dacha beer garden, cafe ...

  • Russian Dacha as a Cultural Phenomenon - Understand Russia

    The word “dacha” comes from a verb – “dat'” – to give and the noun “dar” – gift. Since many years, receiving a plot of land for personal usage was a ...

  • The Dacha

    Luxury Accommodation Bright Victoria Fully Self Contained accommodation Bright Victoria The Dacha

  • List of compositions by Modest Mussorgsky - Wikipedia

    List of compositions by Modest Mussorgsky Jump to ... Also known as 'The Hobby-Horse'; part of At the Dacha; later appended to The Nursery; composed in 1872 -

  • Datcha | Define Datcha at

    dacha datcha. noun. a country house or cottage in Russia; Show More. Word Origin. from Russian: a giving, gift. Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged ...

  • Dacha – Russiapedia Of Russian origin

    How it all began The word dacha originated in the 17th century from the verb davat to give, in reference to plots of land distributed by the Tsar.

  • Dacha | Definition of Dacha by Merriam-Webster

    After the dictator collapsed in the bedroom of his dacha, urinating all over himself, hours passed before anyone checked on him, because his guards were afraid to ...

  • The Dacha - Home | Facebook

    The Dacha, Wandiligong, VIC. 511 likes · 46 talking about this · 116 were here. “Dacha”, a Russian term for one’s second home in the country is a...

  • The Dacha - Luxurious Self House, a Bright House | Stayz

    Captivating views of Mystic Mountain and a peaceful private setting greets you at 'The Dacha', the Russian term for one's second home in the country.

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