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Gijsha



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The arrival of the expedition ship "Fram" the polar ship of captain Otto Sverdrup in the port of Stavanger. It was his second trip to the North Pole.
· Date: Sun, 13 October 19 · Views: 149
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Keywords: Fram
Source of Image, If not your own: Dutch National Archives
Location photo was taken: Stavanger
Date photo was taken: 18th September 1903
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stein
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Mon, 14 October 19 02:26

Stavanger was the first port on the Sverdrup expedition's return to Norway. They had been away for four years; starting with 16 men and returning with 14. In Stavanger they stayed from 19. until 22. September 1902. And those dates seem to be the corect ones.
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