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Deutsch: Sitzungssaal des Sicherheitsrates im Hauptquartier der Vereinten Nationen in New York
English: The United Nations Security Council Chamber in New York, also known as the Norwegian Room. Details on the tapestry
Français : La Salle de réunion du Conseil de sécurité des Nations Unies à New York
Nederlands: De Zaal van de Veiligheidsraad van de Verenigde Naties in New York
Español: Mural: Per Krogh. Muestra a un fénix resurgiendo de sus cenizas como símbolo de la reconstrucción del mundo tras la Segunda Guerra Mundial.
Slovenčina: Snemovňa Bezpečnostnej rady Organizácie Spojených národov v New Yorku
Date January 2005
Source Own work
Author Bernd Untiedt, Germany


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