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Norsk bokmål: «Correct» mellom store isflak på vei mot Sibir. Ett av bildene fra reisen til Sibir i perioden 2. august-26. oktober 1913. Fridtjof Nansen startet sin transsibirske reise med et handelsskip fra Oslo til Jenisej. Ferden gikk gjennom deler av nordøstpassasjen som skulle åpne for en kortere handelsforbindelse mellom Vest Europa og Det Fjerne Østen.

Depicted place: Karahavet

Date before 1913
date QS:P,+1913-00-00T00:00:00Z/7,P1326,+1913-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Source "Fridtjof Nansen bildearkiv"
institution QS:P195,Q924551
Author Creator:J. Samuelsen
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Public domain This image is in the public domain in Norway because the Norwegian Copyright law (§43a) specifies that images not considered to be "works of art" become public domain 50 years after creation, provided that more than 15 years have passed since the photographer's death or the photographer is unknown.

Under the former photo law, protection ended 25 years after creation, provided that more than 15 years had passed since the photographer's death or the photographer is unknown. The image is in the public domain if this older term already had expired as of 29 June 1995.[1]


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«Correct» mellom store isflak på vei mot Sibir. Ett av bildene fra reisen til Sibir i perioden 2. august-26. oktober 1913. Fridtjof Nansen startet sin transsibirske reise med et handelsskip fra Oslo til Jenisej. Ferden gikk gjennom deler av nordøstpassasjen som skulle åpne for en kortere handelsforbindelse mellom Vest Europa og Det Fjerne Østen. Depicted place: Karahavet


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