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The Magic of Belgrade

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For over fifty years, Belgrade has provided a constant source of inspiration for the writer and painter Momo Kapor. This book consists of stories and fragments, of anecdotes and of strange biographies of the inhabitants of this city which have been selected from a few of the forty-plus books produced by this author of bestsellers. All these texts attempt to determine what it is that makes this city different from others and what it is that actually constitutes the magic of Belgrade. Illustrated by the author.
Good condition, with small crease in top right hand corner of cover page. Greetings message on front page. Contents clean and unmarked, yellowing on top edge pages.

Item details

Author(s):
Kapor, M.
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
2008
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
428
Publisher:
Knjiga Komerc
Title:
The Magic of Belgrade

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For over fifty years, Belgrade has provided a constant source of inspiration for the writer and painter Momo Kapor. This book consists of stories and fragments, of anecdotes and of strange biographies of the inhabitants of this city which have been selected from a few of the forty-plus books produced by this author of bestsellers. All these texts attempt to determine what it is that makes this city different from others and what it is that actually constitutes the magic of Belgrade. Illustrated by the author.
Good condition, with small crease in top right hand corner of cover page. Greetings message on front page. Contents clean and unmarked, yellowing on top edge pages.

Author(s):
Kapor, M.
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
2008
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
428
Publisher:
Knjiga Komerc
Title:
The Magic of Belgrade

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