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Alt-Konstantinopel; hundertzehn photographische aufnahmen der stadt und ihrer bau- und kunst-denkmäler, mit alten ansichten und plänen sowie einer geschichtlichen einleitung von dr. Ernst Diez, einer stadt- und kulturbeschreibung und kunstgeschichtlichen erläuterungen von dr. Heinrich Glück.

Main Author: Diez, Ernst, 1878-1961.
Related Names: Glück, Heinrich 1889-1930, joint author.
Language(s): German
Published: München-Pasing, Roland-verlag, A. Mundt, 1920.
Edition: 11.-15. tausend.
Subjects: Art > Turkey > Istanbul.
Architecture > Turkey > Istanbul.
Istanbul (Turkey) > Description and travel.
Note: Plates printed on both sides.
Physical Description: 24, [1] p. illus., plates. 28 cm.
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