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|Description||Fonds Trutat - Photographie ancienne
Cote : TRU C 380 Localisation : Fonds ancien Original non communicable
Titre : Gorges de Berduquet, Ax-les-Thermes
Auteur : Trutat, Eugène Rôle de l’auteur : Photographe
Lieu de création : Ax-les-Thermes (Ariège ; canton) Date de création : : 19e siècle, 4e quart
Mesures : 9 x 9 cm Mot(s)-clé(s) : -- Montagne -- Gorge -- Pont -- Route
-- Pyrénées (France) -- Ax-les-Thermes (Ariège ; canton) -- Berduquet (Ariège ; gorges) -- Ariège (France ; haute vallée)
-- 19e siècle, 4e quart
Médium : Photographies Médium : Positifs sur plaque de verre -- Noir et blanc -- Paysages de montagneBibliothèque de Toulouse. Domaine public
|Author||Original by Eugène Trutat (Born in 1840 - Dead in 1910) - Scan on Flickr by Bibliothèque de Toulouse|
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