Dacha in English: how does it differ from ours

Dacha in English: how does it differ from ours

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In England, plots for a garden and a vegetable garden are organized right within the city. The authorities simply cannot allocate places for city dwellers to enjoy summer cottages in the suburbs and the countryside: they belong to farms. Another interesting feature is the high fence that is absent in our usual high fence. It is customary for the British to let a low hedge around their site.

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Place for May holidays

The formula “May holidays = dacha + kebabs” causes a joyful rumbling, it seems, from all bellies. The Soviet people started the tradition of celebrating May Day at the dacha immediately with the receipt of the coveted suburban land plots.

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