What Is a Russian Cottage Called?

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A Russian cottage is called a Dacha, commonly found in the countryside and mostly used by city dwellers for weekend and holiday getaways with family and friends. The integral attributes of any dacha is a fireplace and sauna with timber used for interior finishing.
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