A Look at the Russian Compounds Nestled in New York Suburb and Small Maryland Town

A Look at the Russian Compounds Nestled in New York Suburb and Small Maryland TownHundreds of miles away, in Centreville, Maryland, is a 45-acre bucolic retreat, complete with a 33-room house that has a vault for fur and 3,000-bottle wine cellar. On Thursday the White House announced that both will be shuttered in retaliation for a series of cyberattacks that targeted U.S. political institutions during the election. The Russian-owned compound in Maryland is a 45-acre retreat on Pioneer Point, a peninsula where the Corsica and Chester rivers merge.

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