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Tales from old Shkodra

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Title: Tales from old Shkodra

Category: Novel

Translated from albanian: Robert Elsie

Publisher: Dukagjini Balkan Books

Year: 2004

Pgs: 178

Weight: 0.245 kg

ISBN: 9951-04-043-3

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