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Years ago, when I used to live in South Africa, one of my favorite past times was to collect the Readers’ Digest books and one book in particular was my favorite. I used to read it often; the problem is I no longer remember its name. The book described different geographical places on earth. I still remember some chapters:
The mighty Amazon (on the Amazon river of course )
Travel down the river Mississippi
Tehran by the night
Banaras the holy city etc.
The book I think was published sometime in the eighties. As mentioned, the problem is I am not able to remember its name. Would it be possible for you to tell me the title of this book from the above information?
I’m sorry–that book is not familiar to me. Maybe one of our readers will know it and post here! I hope you find it.
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