Whose Land Is It, Anyway?Geoff Winestock
All through the blue-green pine forests surrounding Moscow, red brick mansions are going up. Prices start at $300,000, and a grand dacha can cost $1 million or more. The lush properties are designed for superrich urbanites, who under Russia's two-year-old Constitution can now own their homes.
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