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Description: Rome, a view of the river Tiber looking south with the Castel Sant'Angelo and Saint Peter's Basilica beyond by Rudolf Wiegmann 1834.jpg
English: Rome, a view of the river Tiber looking south with the Castel Sant'Angelo and Saint Peter's Basilica beyond, 1834.
Deutsch: Rom, Aussicht auf den Tiber nach Süden mit dem Kastell S. Angelo und der Basilika St. Peter, 1834.
Source (Oil on Canvas): „Rome, a view of the river Tiber looking south with the Castel Sant'Angelo and Saint Peter's Basilica beyond.“ 68,3 x 99 cm, signed, 1834.
Author: Rudolf Wiegmann (1804-1865).
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