Seagull Flying over Rocks at Little Quay “Chekhov’s Dacha”
View of a little quay #156 “Dacha Chekhova” in Gurzuf (former Crimean Tatar village) nearby the summer house (dacha) of the famous Russian writer Anton Pavlovich Chechov. Behind these rocks is located a little quiet bay with the small tatar saklya (house) acquired by Chekhov in 1900 from tatars, where the writer lived with his family, mother and sister, about five years and where he wrote his famous “Three Sisters”.
Photo #193 taken on September 15, 2013 from terrace of restaurant “Salambo” where opens panoramic view over the entire bay of Gurzuf, a small town in Southern Crimea, twelve kilometers from Yalta, northern coast of the Black Sea.
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