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File:Schweiz Genf IRK-Museum.jpg



DE: Bildinformationen

  • Beschreibung: Eingang zum Museum des Internationalen Roten Kreuz in de:Genf
  • Quelle: fotografiert am 08. August 2004
  • Fotograf: Nikolai Schwerg
  • Lizenzstatus: GNU FDL

EN: Information about the picture

  • Title: Entrance of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum in Geneva, Switzerland. The sculptoric groups was performed by Carl Bucher.
  • Source: taken by Nikolai Schwerg, on August 8, 2004

DE: Lizenz / EN: Licensing

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DE: vorherige Versionen

  • Originalversion von Nikolai Schwerg hochgeladen in die deutschsprachige Wikipedia am 22. August 2004, 19:46 (size: 91,485 Bytes)
  • hochgeladen in die Commons durch UW am 17. September 2005, 20:56 ((size: 91,485 Bytes); Text der deutschsprachigen Originalbeschreibung unverändert aus der deutschsprachigen Wikipedia übernommen, englischsprachige Informationen hinzugefügt durch UW

EN: Previous history

  • original version uploaded by Nikolai Schwerg to the German Wikipedia on August 22, 2004, 19:46 (size: 91,485 Bytes)
  • uploaded to the Commons by UW on September 17, 2005, 20:56 (size: 91,485 Bytes); kept original German description from the German Wikipedia, English information added by UW
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