What name of an 18th century pleasure garden in London happened to become the Russian word for railway station possibly because a similar pleasure garden near Saint Petersburg was one of the more popular destinations on their first railway line?
#118899. Asked by flem-ish. (Nov 24 10 1:13 AM)
This seems to refer to Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, leading perhaps by mistake to the Russian vokzal.
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