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The balalaika is a stringed musical instrument popular in Russia, with a characteristic triangular body and three strings. The earliest mention of the term balalaika dates back to an AD 1688 Russian document.

Man playing large balalaika, Livadia Palace, Yalta, Ukraine

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The balalaika is a stringed musical instrument popular in Russia, with a characteristic triangular body and three strings. The earliest mention of the term balalaika dates back to an AD 1688 Russian document.
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