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WikimediaRU-logo.svg Этот файл загружен Центральной городской библиотекой им. А. Грина
в рамках конкурса «Открытая библиотека»
Виноградов В. К. Феодосия (Исторический очерк). - Второе издание. - Екатеринодар : Типо-Литографiя Э. Килiус и К, 1902. - 149 с.Екатеринодар : Типо-Литографiя Э. Килiус и Крусский«Великое событие присоединения Крыма к нашему отечеству совершилось в последней четверти прошлого века. 8 апреля 1883 года исполнится первая столетняя годовщина его. К этому знаменательному дню многие готовят сочинения, касающиеся истории или всего полуострова, или отдельных его частей и городов. Спешим и мы принести общерусскому празднику посильную дань, в виде предлагаемого благосклонному вниманию читателя «Исторического очерка г. Феодосии». В.К.Виноградов "Феодосия. Исторический очерк".Введение к книге
Source Из фондов Центральной городской библиотеки им. А. Грина, Россия, Республика Крым, г. Феодосия, ул. Кирова, 2 (МКУК "Централизованная библиотечная система муниципального образования городской округ Феодосия Республики Крым"
Author Василий Ксенофонтович Виноградов


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