DEMIDOV. A. Journey to Southern Russia and Crimea through Hungary, Wallachia, and Moldavia, undertaken in 1837 by Anatoly Demidov. Two volumes. With 2 maps. Volume 1: Portrait of Nicholas I, 340 pages, 1 map of the southern Black Sea, 12 engravings, 5 of them in color. Volume 2: 307 pages, 1 map of Crimea, 14 engravings, 5 of them in color. This work, titled "Journey to Southern Russia and Crimea through Hungary, Wallachia, and Moldavia, undertaken in 1837 by Anatoly Demidov," was published in 1855 in Spain, Barcelona. Anatoly Nikolaevich was born in 1812 and lived for 58 years. This work tells the story of the famous Anatoly Demidov's journey through Russia, Crimea, and Moldavia. Anatoly traveled everywhere at his own expense. The first expedition, which took place in the southern part of our country and in Crimea, was in 1837. This work, accompanied by informative theoretical material, has colorful illustrations that help recreate a complete picture of the journey. All these illustrations were made by the artist Raffet Marie Auguste. The book was also published with Anatoly Nikolaevich's own funds. The work presents materials on the history, archaeology, and geography of the regions. This work will be interesting to read for all those who are interested in travel and the study of other regions. In good condition. Will ship within Russia.