File:Erdbeben Basel Jauslin.JPG

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Deutsch: Das Erdbeben in Basel, 10. Oktober 1356
Français : Le tremblement de terre qu a eu lieu en 1356.
Polski: Bazylejskie trzęsienie ziemi przedstawione przez malarza Karla Jauslina.
Русский: Базельское землетрясение, картина XIX века
English: Basel earthquake envisioned by the painter Karl Jauslin.
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