File:Humboldt-Bonpland Chimborazo.jpg

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Alexander von Humboldt und Aimé Bonpland am Fuß des Vulkans Chimborazo
Date 1806
Medium painting
Source/Photographer Uploaded to German WP on 22:41, 2. Jun 2005 by de:Benutzer:APPER.


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current18:16, 11 February 2018Thumbnail for version as of 18:16, 11 February 20182,800 × 2,007 (4.17 MB)Laserlicht (talk | contribs)+higher resolution
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10:46, 12 June 2005Thumbnail for version as of 10:46, 12 June 20051,000 × 709 (93 KB)Avatar (talk | contribs)* Alexander von Humboldt und Aime Bonpland am Fuß des Vulkans Chimborazo * Gemälde von Friedrich Georg Weitsch (1810) Uploaded to german wp on 22:41, 2. Jun 2005 by de:Benutzer:APPER. {{PD-Art}}
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