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Deutsch: Bonaparte beim Überschreiten der Alpen am Großen Sankt Bernhard
English: Napoleon Crossing the Alps|
Español: Napoleón cruzando los Alpes
Euskara: Napoleon Alpeak zeharkatzen
فارسی: ناپلئون در حال عبور از آلپ
Français : Bonaparte franchissant le Grand-Saint-Bernard
Italiano: Napoleone al Gran San Bernardo
Latina: Napoleo Alpes transcendit
Македонски: Наполеон ги преминува Алпите
Tiếng Việt: Đệ nhất tổng tài vượt dãy Anpơ trên đèo Grand-Saint-Bernard
Date 1801
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 259 × 221 cm (102 × 87 in)
Musée national du château de Malmaison - R.M.N.
Rueil-Malmaison, France.
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