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Ελληνικά: Η στέψη του Καρόλου Ζ' στον καθεδρικό ναό της Ρέμς. Φρέσκο από το Πάνθεον του Παρισιού, έργο του E. Lenepveu (1889), λεπτομέρεια.
English: Image of the coronation of Charles VII of France in Reims Cathedral, by E. Lenepveu (1889). Detail of Jeanne d'Arc - Panthéon III.jpg
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Author Jules Eugène Lenepveu (1819-1898)
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