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HANDOUT - 28 February 2019, Namibia, Gibeon: Ines de Castro (l), director of the Linden Museum, observes a Bible in the transfer of cultural assets stolen during colonial times. The two objects, a whip and a Bible, belonged to Hendrik Witbooi, a leader of the Nama people and Namibian national hero. So far they have been stored in the Linden Museum in Stuttgart. (to dpa "Baden-Württemberg gives important cultural assets back to Namibia" from 28.02.2019) Photo: Frank Steffen/Allgemeine Zeitung Namibia/dpa - ATTENTION: Only for editorial use in connection with the current reporting and only with

HANDOUT - 28 February 2019, Namibia, Gibeon: Ines de Castro (l), director of the Linden Museum, observes a Bible in the transfer of cultural assets stolen during colonial times. The two objects, a whip and a Bible, belonged to Hendrik Witbooi, a leader of the Nama people and Namibian national hero. So far they have been stored in the Linden Museum in Stuttgart. (to dpa "Baden-Württemberg gives important cultural assets back to Namibia" from 28.02.2019) Photo: Frank Steffen/Allgemeine Zeitung Namibia/dpa - ATTENTION: Only for editorial use in connection with the current reporting and only with Stock Photo
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38.7 MB (1.4 MB Compressed download)

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4488 x 3012 px | 38 x 25.5 cm | 15 x 10 inches | 300dpi

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28 February 2019

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HANDOUT - 28 February 2019, Namibia, Gibeon: Ines de Castro (l), director of the Linden Museum, observes a Bible in the transfer of cultural assets stolen during colonial times. The two objects, a whip and a Bible, belonged to Hendrik Witbooi, a leader of the Nama people and Namibian national hero. So far they have been stored in the Linden Museum in Stuttgart. (to dpa "Baden-Württemberg gives important cultural assets back to Namibia" from 28.02.2019) Photo: Frank Steffen/Allgemeine Zeitung Namibia/dpa - ATTENTION: Only for editorial use in connection with the current reporting and only with complete mention of the above credit

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