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Title: ART/SHOP/EAT MILAN
By: Paul Blanchard
Format: Paperback

List price: £6.99


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ISBN 10: 1905131038
ISBN 13: 9781905131037
Publisher: BLUE GUIDES
Pub. date: 8 March, 2005
Series: Art/shop/eat
Pages: 184
Description: Features information about what art to see, what to buy and where to eat and drink for the discerning short stay visitor to have a great time in Milan.
Synopsis: Features information about what art to see, what to buy and where to eat and drink for the discerning short stay visitor to have a great time in Milan.
Illustrations: Stitched
Publication: UK
Imprint: Blue Guides
Returns: Returnable
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