Kocabaş, Ufuk : Yenikapı Batıkları


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"Kocabaş, Ufuk : Yenikapı Batıkları"

Ufuk Kocabaş,
Geçmişe Açılan Kapı. Yenikapı Batıkları

Istanbul 2015

ISBN 978-605-4701-71-1

176 S., Türkisch, zahlr. Farbabb., 27 x 21 cm; kartoniert

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