By I. A. Mammadov
Книжка посвяшается региону Абшерон Азербайджанской Республики. В книжке показаны исторические и культурные памятники Абшерона и города Баку . В архиве находится подробная карта Абшерона с изображением на них архитектурных памятников. Просьба перезалить на Onlinedisk.ru т.к из-за временного прекращения регистрации новых пользователей нет возможности залить туда файлы.
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