2 edition of What"s on in Italian folklore. found in the catalog.
What"s on in Italian folklore.
by Automobile club d"Italia L"editrice dell"automobile in [Roma]
Written in English
Translation of Guida alle feste folkloristiche italiane.
|Statement||Translated into English by F. Pollett.|
|LC Classifications||GT4852.A2 M613|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||68117406|
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