|Publisher:||Michael Neugebauer (North South Books) (August 1, 1999)|
|Category:||Photo and Art|
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Bologna Annual 1999 Fiction book. These two full-color volumes showcase recent work by some of the finest illustrators of children's books (both fiction and nonfiction) from around the world.
Bologna Annual 1999 Fiction book.
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Between 1945 and 1999, the city had an uninterrupted series of left-wing mayors, the first of whom was Giuseppe Dozza. In 1999 the long tradition of left-wing mayors was interrupted by the victory of the independent candidate Giorgio Guazzaloca, who led a centre-right coalition; this brief experience ended in 2004 when Sergio Cofferati, a former trade union leader, was elected.