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English map of the Voyage of the Beagle, a circumnavigation travel with Charles Darwin.
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Carte en anglais du Voyage du Beagle, circumnavigation effectuée par Charles Darwin.
Mappa in inglese del secondo viaggio del HMS Beagle, circumnavigazione del globo di Charles Darwin.
Date 1 November 2007
Source Own work, from Image:Voyage of the Beagle.jpg
Author Sémhur · · ·
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