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Bon voyage: a selection of travel literature

  • Vilnius : city of strangers /
  • Orientations : an anthology of East European travel writing, ca. 1550-2000 /
  • Finding Poland : from Tavistock to Hruzdowa and back again /
  • Croatia [electronic resource] : travels in undiscovered country /
  • Land of eagles : riding through Europe's forgotten country /
  • On the road to Babadag : travels in the other Europe /
  • Not so barren or uncultivated : British travellers in Finland, 1760-1830 /
  • Albanian journal : the road to Elbasan /
  • A glance into Ottoman Bosnia ; or, a short journey into that land by a native in 1839-40 /
  • Balkan departures : travel writing from Southeastern Europe /
  • A wandering feast : a journey through the Jewish culture of Eastern Europe /
  • Travels in a Europe restored, 1989-1995 /
  • Under Eastern eyes : a comparative introduction to East European travel writing on Europe /
  • Russian frontiers : eighteenth-century British travellers in the Caspian, Caucasus and Central Asia /
  • Do you remember Dolly Bell? [videorecording] /
the PJRC supports the activities of the Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies, the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, and the five research chairs connected with Estonian, Finnish, Hungarian, Polish history, and Ukrainian studies.
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