The Administration of the Muslim Religious Foundatons in the periphery of Irakliou Holy Court sells through auction the building plots in the periphery of Zaran (?) Kenouriou Village, thus the former mosque and residence of the Imam
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Title
The Administration of the Muslim Religious Foundatons in the periphery of Irakliou Holy Court sells through auction the building plots in the periphery of Zaran (?) Kenouriou Village, thus the former mosque and residence of the Imam
Description
Highest bid by Mihail G. Papadovasilaki, resident of Zaran Kainouriou (2300dr.) the Committee's signatures In Ottoman
Note
Announcement of selling auction
Issue Date
1917-09-03
Language
Ottoman Turkish
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/52619
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIEVPR00347
Rights
Open Access
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Purchase

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