Anatomy Of A Colonial Capital Panjim

by Celsa Pinto

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Panjim in the first half of the nineteenth century was neither a village nor a city. It was situated half way from a cluster of fishing area, marshes and bogs transforming themselves into town.


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Panjim in the first half of the nineteenth century was neither a village nor a city. It was situated half way from a cluster of fishing area, marshes and bogs transforming themselves into town.

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ISBN 9781635353792
Category Politics and Current Affairs
Language English
Edition First
Published in 2016
Publisher Goa 1556, Golden Heart Emporium
Condition Brand New
Pages 206
Width 5.0 inches
Height 8.5 inches
Tags Goan Writers , Goan Books , Politics

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