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A Winter's Journey (Tâtar), From Constantinople to Tehran; With Travels through Various Parts of Persia : Volume : 2

By Fraser, James Baillie

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Title: A Winter's Journey (Tâtar), From Constantinople to Tehran; With Travels through Various Parts of Persia : Volume : 2  
Author: Fraser, James Baillie
Volume: Volume: 2
Language: English
Subject: Turkey -- Description and travel, Iran -- Description and travel, Middle East
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1838
Publisher: London; Richard Bentley

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Baillie, 1783-185, F. J. (1838). A Winter's Journey (Tâtar), From Constantinople to Tehran; With Travels through Various Parts of Persia : Volume : 2. Retrieved from http://worldlibrary.net/


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