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St. Petersburg, Newski-Prospekt

Zentralbild St. Petersburg, Rußland Blick auf den Newski-Prospekt, eine der Hauptstraßen der Stadt. Im Hintergrund die Admiralität. Aufnahme 1906

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English: Saint Petersburg (Russia), Nevsky Prospekt. Vista of Nevsky Prospekt. from the Politseisky Bridge to the Main Admiralty. Summer 1901.
Русский: Санкт-Петербург. Невский проспект. Перспектива Невского проспекта от Полицейского моста к Главному Адмиралтейству. Лето 1901 года.
Français : Saint-Pétersbourg. Perspective Nevski.
Depicted place Saint Petersburg
Date 1901
Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst - Zentralbild (Bild 183)
Accession number Bild 183-S53267
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