Côte D'Azur and Italian Riviera.
פרובאנס - הריביירה הצרפתית / [כתיבה - קובי אופק
מרסיי, אזור ורדון ואג מורט - כתיבה ירדן הורן
עריכה - יוסי הרפז]
עורך אחראי - מיכאל שיחור
עורך הסדרה - עמיר שיחור.
פרובנס - הריבירה הצרפתית
On verso of t.p.: Michael's guide Cote D'azure Provence / Kobi Ofek.
Ramot Hashavim (Israel)-place of publication
רמות השבים : שיחור
239,  עמודים : איורים צבעוניים
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