Category:Dora d'Istria

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Dora d'Istria 
Romanian writer (1828-1888)
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Name in native languageElena Ghica
Date of birth3 February 1828, 22 January 1828
Bucharest
Elena Ghica
Date of death17 November 1888
Florence
Pseudonym
  • Dora d'Istria
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Occupation
Member of
  • Hellenic Philological Society of Constantinople (honorary member, 1868–)
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Family
Father
  • Mihail Ghica
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