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Charles Ribeyrolles: Brazil pittoresco, História-descripções-viagens-instituições-colonisação (t.2)
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Brazil pittoresco, História-descripções-viagens-instituições-colonisação (t.2)
Language Portuguese
Publication date between 1859 and 1861
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Place of publication Rio de Janeiro
Source Biblioteca Brasiliana Guita e José Mindlin: 6848
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