Military or history bookshops in Florence or Bologna?

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Military or history bookshops in Florence or Bologna?

Post by Eugen Pinak » 20 Mar 2019 16:15

Sorry for offtopic, but maybe anybody knows military or history bookshops in Florence or Bologna?

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Re: Military or history bookshops in Florence or Bologna?

Post by jwsleser » 20 Mar 2019 16:23

Sorry, I don't know of any in those cities. If you get to Milano, look up La Libreria Militare (Milano, Italy - 15, Via Morigi).

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Re: Military or history bookshops in Florence or Bologna?

Post by Eugen Pinak » 21 Mar 2019 09:13

Thank you, Jeff.
I've been at "Libreria Militare" and at Roman "Libreria Ares", but this time they are too far for me. And I was unable to find anything on the net in Central Italy.
Well, there are still a lot of bookshops there, maybe I'll find something interesting.

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Re: Military or history bookshops in Florence or Bologna?

Post by Lupo Solitario » 26 Apr 2019 17:19

there're no specialized bookshops of this kind in Bologna.

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Re: Military or history bookshops in Florence or Bologna?

Post by Oasis » 10 Jun 2019 20:03

Lupo Solitario wrote:
26 Apr 2019 17:19
there're no specialized bookshops of this kind in Bologna.
as far as I know there was in Bologna in via S. Isaia a very good one... but am not updated...

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