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English: Lauburu, the Basque cross symbol
Català: Lauburu
Deutsch: Bild eines Baskischen Kreuzes (auch Lauburu)
Español: Lauburu
Esperanto: Lauburu
Euskara: Lauburu
Français : Lauburu
Italiano: Lauburu
Polski: Lauburu
Svenska: Lauburu
Date 11 March 2006 (original upload date)
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Author Vectorization: Ariane Schmidt
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current04:38, 30 November 2010Thumbnail for version as of 04:38, 30 November 2010123 × 123 (613 bytes)Scalable Vector Raccoonrewritten from scratch using circle segments instead of bezier curves
00:46, 11 March 2006Thumbnail for version as of 00:46, 11 March 2006142 × 143 (4 KB)Masturbius{{en| en:Lauburu}}, the Basque Cross {{ca| ca:Lauburu}} {{de|Bild eines Baskischen Kreuzes (auch ''Lauburu'') (siehe: Christliches Kreuz), gezeichnet von Ariane Schmdit unter B

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