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La pietra di Marco Polo
Directed byAldo Lado
Theme music composerPino Donaggio
Country of originItaly
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes26
Original release
NetworkRai 2
Release1982 (1982) –
1983 (1983)

La pietra di Marco Polo is an Italian children's adventure television series set in Venice. It was produced by RAI.

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