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File:Du Guesclin Dinan.jpg


Deutsch: Statue von Bertrand du Guesclin in Dinan
English: Statue of Bertrand du Guesclin in Dinan
Français : Statue de Bertrand du Guesclin à Dinan
Русский: Статуя Бертрана дю Геклена в Динане.

Photograph of the statue

Deutsch: Eigenes Photo vom August 2004 vom französischen Nutzer Luna04 in der französischen Wikipedia und veröffentlicht unter der GFDL für die Wikipedia.
English: Photo personnally taken in August 2004 and published by french user Luna04 in the french wikipedia
Français : photo personnelle prise en août 2004, publiée en GFDL pour wikipedia par l'utilisateur Luna04 -

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