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Deutsch: Südostküste der Bouvetinsel bei Sonnenaufgang in 8 Seemeilen Entfernung. Handkolorierte Schwarzweiß-Fotografie. Fotografiert auf der Valdivia-Expedition.
English: Bouvet Island, southeast side, as seen at sunrise, eight miles distant. Black and white photograph coloured by hand. Photo taken on the German Valdivia expedition.
Français : Île Bouvet - Côte Sud-Est - une terre difficile d'approche. Photographie noir et blanc coloriée à la main. Expédition allemande "Valdivia".
Español: Isla Bouvet Costa sudeste,a 8 millas de distancia. Fotografía en blanco y negro coloreada a mano. Foto capturada durante la expedición alemana "Valdivia"
Українська: Південно-східне узбережжя острова Буве


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