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Urban management plan for South Tarawa, Republic of Kiribati = Babairean kabonganaan Tarawa Teinainano, Kiribati / prepared and co-ordinated by Paul Jones
Bib ID 1028123
Format BookBook
Author
Jones, Paul
 
Description Bairiki, South Tarawa : Ministry of Home Affairs and Rural Development , 1995 
38 leaves : ill., maps ; 27 cm. 
Notes

"November 1995"

At head of title: Final draft.

Subjects Urbanization -- Kiribati -- Tarawa Atoll.
Other authors/contributors Kiribati. Ministry of Home Affairs and Rural Development

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