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Summary

Artist
Pavle Čortanović
Description
English: Car Lazar i njegova porodica ("Tsar Lazar and his family"), reproduction of unknown date of an original lithography dating to 1860, by Pavle Čortanović.[1]
Date 1860 (original)
Source/Photographer Косовски завет и "небеско царство" у Срба. NSPM.
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