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English: The en:Congress of Vienna, 1814
Ελληνικά: «Το Συνέδριο της Βιέννης», πίνακας του Ιζαμπέ. Διακρίνονται όρθιοι από αριστερά προς δεξιά οι: Γουέλινγκτον, Λόμπου ντα Σιλβέιρα, Σαλντάνια ντα Γκάμα, Λέβενγιελμ, Νοάιγ, Μέττερνιχ, Λα Τουρ ντυ Πεν, Νέσελροντ, Ντάλμπεργκ, Ρασουμόφσκι, Στιούαρτ, Κλάνκαρτυ, Βάκεν, Γκεντς, Χούμπολτ και Κάθκαρτ. Καθήμενοι από αριστερά οι: Χάρτεμπεργκ, Πλμέλα, Κάστερκ, Βέσενμπεργκ, Λαμπραντόρ, Τελεϋράνδος και Στάκελμπεργκ.
Date 1815


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