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Ethnological Museum of Berlin Afrika [VIII A 10080]

Emin Paschas Karawane überschreitet in Central-Afrika den Duki-Fluß

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Description

Große Menge Personen bei der Überquerung eines Flusses mit Hilfe einer einfachen Brücke;

Emin Paschas Karawane überschreitet in Central-Afrika den Duki-Fluß, der seine Wasser zum Congo sendet. Letzte am 17.Aug.1891 von Dr. Franz Stuhlmann gefertigte Aufnahme Emin Paschas. Am 20.Oktober 1892 wurde E.P. von den Manyemas ermordet.

Material/Technique

Auf Karton gezogen

Measurements

Bildformat (Foto): (Positiv, SW) 12x17 cm

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Object from: Ethnological Museum of Berlin

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