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Franco Maria Ricci Editore
Le Guide Impossibili

Manilla

Isole di Luҫon, Mindoro, Palauan e Sulu

Edited by Gianni Guadalupi. Texts by Alessandra Corrias, Gabriel Lafond de Lurcy, Joseph Montano
2000 / 256 PAGES. Language: Italian
The most remote and exotic of the lost Spanish colonies: the early 19th-century Philippines visited by a French corsair, including an adventure among the savage beheaders of the island of Sulu.
The early 19th-century Philippines recalled by the lovely images by José Honorato Lozano accompanied by one of the most interesting texts of the time: the vast work devoted by French navigator Gabriel Lafond de Lurcy to the Asian archipelago. In the 1820s, the French officer served the Republic of Peru (which had recently freed itself from its colonial subjection to the Kingdom of Spain) and took command of the Estrella, with which he sailed the Pacific time and again, often visiting the Philippine islands, which still belonged to Spain.