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Title Britische Königin Elisabeth II. in Brühl Info non-talk.svg
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Besuch von Königin Elisabeth II.
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Deutschlandbesuch von Königin Elizabeth II. von Großbritannien.- Brühl, Schloss Augustusburg.- Barbara Becker (Barbara Feltus) und Boris Becker beim Heraufsteigen der Treppe
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  • Becker, Boris: Tennisspieler, Unternehmer, Bundesrepublik Deutschland
  • Feltus, Barbara: Schauspielerin, Ex-Ehefrau von Boris Becker, Bundesrepublik Deutschland#
Date October 1992
Photographer Jirka, Marie-Josefine
Madame Josefine Jirka (Bild 199)
Accession number Bild 199-1992-088-25
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