A Russian Cache
I do not usually spend much time with country-specific search engines, especially those in languages I do not speak. Even with English-language country-specific search engines, the general search engines usually have more comprehensive results and better search functionality. So when Phil posted about the Russian search engine Yandex (Яндекс), I just thought I'd take a quick look. Something piqued my curiosity, and I tried a few of the links. Sure enough, Yandex caches copies of many of the pages that it indexes. Look for the
Сохраненная копия link at the bottom left of a search result record as in the screen shot below.
Yandex's cache does not include a date, at least that I could identify, but from a few tests, it seems that the cached page may be quite recent (the day before) to several months old. I've added Yandex to my Finding Old Web Pages page.