Our town Bivolari
(Romania)

47°32' / 27°26'

Translation of
Ayaratenu Bivolari

Editor: Moscu Abramovici, et al.

Published in Haifa 1981


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This is a translation of: Ayaratenu Bivolari (Our town Bivolari),
Editor: Moscu Abramovici, et al., Bivolari Imigrants Organization in Israel, Published: Haifa 1981 (H, E, Ro 197 pages)\

Note: The original book can be seen online at the NY Public Library site: Bivolari


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