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Afrikaans: Tuiskoms van troepe in Kopenhagen, 1849
Dansk: Soldaternes hjemkomst til København, 1849
Deutsch: Rückkehr der dänischen Truppen nach Kopenhagen, 1849
English: Danish soldiers return to Copenhagen, 1849
Date 1894
Medium painting
Source/Photographer [1]

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