To the Nomarch of Iraklion. The Council of the Muslim Elders of Iraklion applies to the Prefecture asking for its support for the purchase of the location of the old Muslim cemetery of the village of Skalani.
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Title
To the Nomarch of Iraklion. The Council of the Muslim Elders of Iraklion applies to the Prefecture asking for its support for the purchase of the location of the old Muslim cemetery of the village of Skalani.
Description
The Council of the Muslim Elders applies to the Prefecture asking for its support for the purchase of the location of the old Muslim Cemetery of the Village of Skalani, in which at the present time there are no Muslim families.
Note
The Authority complaints about the present condition of the place which can no longer serve as a monument, and which, on the contrary serves as a place of pasture.
Issue Date
1920-10-27
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/54639
Collections
Type
Format
20-30 cm, Handwritten
Number of Scanned Documents
2
Identifier
ACIEVPR00003
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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