Over time Joseph Stalin resided in various places.
- Stalin's house, Gori, birthplace
- Tiflis Spiritual Seminary
- Kureika house,Siberia, where Stalin spent his final exile in 1914-1916.
- Stalin's apartment in Moscow Kremlin
At various times Stalin used about 20 dachas.
Dachas in Moscow area:
- Kuntsevo Dacha ("Near Dacha")
- Uspenskoye Dacha (Far Dacha, old)
- Semyonovskoye Dacha (Far Dacha, new)
- Zubalovo dacha, the first one; not preserved 
- Lipki dacha; not preserved
Elsewhere in Russia:
- Sochi Dacha (Matsesta dacha)
- Malaya Sosnovka, Crimea
- Bolshiye Brody dacha, Valday, Novgorod Oblast
- New Athos Dacha
- Kholodnaya Rechka Dacha
- Lake Ritsa Dacha
- Sukhumi Dacha, amid the [Sukhumi arboretum (now part of the Sukhumi botanical garden)
- Myussera dacha
He also used to stay in other state residences, such as Livadia Palace, Crimea or Massandra Palace, Crimea. Alternatively, many Stalin's dachas we used for state functions, by other high Soviet officials, and by foreign guests.