1 edition of Geroi tyla found in the catalog.
|Statement||Izd-vo KITAP im. Zaĭnab Biishevoĭ|
|Publishers||Izd-vo KITAP im. Zaĭnab Biishevoĭ|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|t. 1. Abzelilovskiĭ, Alʹshevskiĭ, Arkhangelʹskiĭ, Askinskiĭ raĭony, gorod Agidelʹ t. 10. Karaidelʹskiĭ, Karmaskalinskiĭ, Kiginskiĭ, Krasnokamskiĭ raĭony t. 11. Kugarchinskiĭ, Kushnarenkovskiĭ, Kui︠u︡rgazinskiĭ, Meleuzovskiĭ Raĭony, goroda Kumertau, Mezhgorʹe t. 12. Mechetlinskiĭ, Mishkinskiĭ, Mii︠a︡kinskiĭ, Hurimanovskiĭ raĭony, gorod Neftekamsk|
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