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The purpose of this article is to highlight the daily life of the inhabitants of the camp of the Swedish King Charles (Carl) XII and his Ukrainian allies, in the vicinity of the Turkish fortress Bender on the Dniester River (now the territory of the Republic of Moldova), between 1709 and 1713. The sequence and time of Swedes and Cossacks' staying in three alternating locations, their conveniences and disadvantages, the influence of the nature of development and the degree of comfort ofdoi:10.26650/gaad.795197 fatcat:6565ej67hjfttcjdjjz4qegjye