Bochka


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Bochka

 

(literally, barrel), an old Russian liquid measure used until the introduction of the metric system; equal to 40 vedra (pails), or 491.96 liters.

bochka

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In early Russian architecture, a wooden roof whose peak has the shape of a horizontal cylinder with the upper side surface extending into a pointed ridge.
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