Central and South Dalmatia and the Montenegrin coast with the hinterland.
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Central and South Dalmatia and the Montenegrin coast with the hinterland. by Miodrag ZМЊ BarjaktarovicМЃ

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Published by [Izdaju: Miodrag Ž. Barjaktarović, i dr.] in Beograd .
Written in English



  • Dalmatia (Croatia),
  • Montenegro


  • Dalmatia (Croatia) -- Guidebooks.,
  • Montenegro -- Guidebooks.

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Edition Notes

Translation of Srednja i južna Dalmacija i Crnogorsko primorje sa zeleđem.

StatementTranslated by Vukan S. Popović. Art editor: Vladislav M. Pešić.
LC ClassificationsDB405 .B313
The Physical Object
Pagination[84] p.
Number of Pages84
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4712024M
LC Control Number77972628

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