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Description
English: Caucasus. Georgian.
Image description: Kavkaz. Gruzin..
Date circa 1898
date QS:P,+1898-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
Source
  • NYPL Digital Gallery
  • Source: Nieskolko narodnykh tipov Rossii, udostroennyi Vysochaisheiu blagodarnostiu i podarkom Ego Imperatorskago Velichestva / fotograf Raul v Odessie
  • Digital ID: 52231
Author fotograf Raul v Odessie

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New York Public Library 1908c.jpg This image is available from the New York Public Library's Digital Library under the strucID 290065
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