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El muelle de hierro de Portugalete del puerto de Bilbao es una muestra del patrimonio histórico de la arquitectura y la ingeniería del hierro del siglo XIX, que tiene una gran relevancia que comienza a ser reconocida. Separados por tan solo unos centenares de metros, en los municipios de Portugalete, Guecho y Lejona se encuentran el puente de Vizcaya,...

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CHARLES MAUZAISSE (1823 - Granada 1885). Active photographer in Granada between 1868 and 1885, the year of his death because of cholera or as he was called by Andalusian lands "of the three things".

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CHARLES MAUZAISSE (Paris 1823 - Granada 1885). Active photographer in Granada between 1868 and 1885, the year of his death because of cholera or as he was called by Andalusian lands "of the three things".

250,00 €

  CHARLES MAUZAISSE (1823 - Granada 1885). Active photographer in Granada between 1868 and 1885, the year of his death because of cholera or as he was called by Andalusian lands "of the three things".  

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CHARLES MAUZAISSE (1823 - Granada 1885). Active photographer in Granada between 1868 and 1885, the year of his death because of cholera or as he was called by Andalusian lands "of the three things".  

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CHARLES MAUZAISSE (1823 - Granada 1885). Active photographer in Granada between 1868 and 1885, the year of his death because of cholera or as he was called by Andalusian lands "of the three things".  

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CHARLES MAUZAISSE (1823 - Granada 1885). Active photographer in Granada between 1868 and 1885, the year of his death because of cholera or as he was called by Andalusian lands "of the three things".  

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Pulpit of the Baptistery of Pisa, work by Nicola Pisano (Photo by Enrico Van Lint for Alinari)

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The building was the work of the architect Francesc Rogent (1861-1898). With a track of 68 meters in length it was one of the longest covered pedestals built. It had a cover with a large skylight that allowed the entrance of natural light, stone front and a capacity of 6,000 spectators

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Charles Clifford (Wales, 1819 —  Madrid, 1 January 1863) was a Welsh photographer based mainly in Spain. Clifford, known mostly for his daguerreotype, calotype and wet plate collodion images of scenes from around Spain, he was, together with the French photographer, Jean Laurent, one of the leading photographers of his day in Spain.

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The carte d'identité a été utilisée pour la première fois in Espagne comme laissez-passer permanent à l'Exposition universelle de Barcelone in 1888. Well that ce soit le photographe RAFAEL AREÑAS qui ait été le plus actif dans cette tâche, nous ne pouvons exclure PAU AUDOUARD, photographe officiel de l'événement, et éventuellement aussi ANTONI ESPLUGES...

140,00 €
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