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Unknown photographer. The architect of the pavilion was Ferdinand Boberg (1860–1946).
English: Original description: Paris Exposition: Swedish Pavilion, Paris, France, 1900. The Pavilion of Sweden located on the western portion of the Quai des Nations. (Hand-)colored lantern slide, original size 3.25×4 in.
Français : Paris Exposition: Pavillon de la Suède, Paris, France, 1900. Le Pavillon de la Suède situé dans la partie ouest du Quai des Nations. (...) - Information complémentaire: la tour au fond appartient au Pavillon de Monaco.
Date 1900
date QS:P571,+1900-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
institution QS:P195,Q632682
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Source/Photographer Paris Exposition: Swedish Pavilion, Paris, France, 1900 from the Brooklyn Museum Archives, Goodyear Archival Collection (S03_06_01_014 image 1555)
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