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Rafael Barreda: Q105349967  wikidata:Q105349967 reasonator:Q105349967 s:es:Index:Barreda Cronicas.djvu
Rafael Barreda  (1847–1927)  wikidata:Q55837907 s:es:Autor:Rafael Barreda
Description Spanish journalist and writer
Date of birth/death 12 May 1847 Edit this at Wikidata 5 October 1927 Edit this at Wikidata
Location of birth/death Almería Buenos Aires
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author QS:P50,Q55837907
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Español: Crónicas
Object type version, edition or translation Edit this at Wikidata
Genre crônica Edit this at Wikidata
English: Rafael Barreda, Crónicas. I. La Capilla de Santa Felicitas. II. El crimen de la Noria. III. El Príncipe Bandido
Language Spanish Edit this at Wikidata
Publication date 1914
publication_date QS:P577,+1914-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Place of publication Buenos Aires Edit this at Wikidata

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