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Hunderte Schnaps-Flaschen aus Schiffswrack geborgen
07.11.19

Hunderte Schnaps-Flaschen aus Schiffswrack geborgen

Ein Team aus Schweden hat hunderte Flaschen Kräuterschnaps und Cognac aus einem 1917 in der Ostsee versenktem Schiffswrack geborgen. Die meisten davon sind noch unversehrt.

SHOTLIST AUF SEE, NICHT DEFINIERT18. OKTOBER 2019QUELLE: EMIL MARCZAKEINSCHRÄNKUNGEN: NO RESALE1. Luftaufnahme Deepsea Worker, the ship that was used to salvage the bottles from the wreck of the KyrosAUF SEE, NICHT DEFINIERT17. OKTOBER 2019QUELLE: EMIL MARCZAKEINSCHRÄNKUNGEN: NO RESALE2. Halbnahe material being brought rom the sea bed on to the Deepsea Worker from the wreck of the Kyros3. Halbnahe material being brought rom the sea bed on to the Deepsea Worker from the wreck of the Kyros4. Halbnahe workers sifting through material STOCKHOLM, SCHWEDEN5. NOVEMBER 2019QUELLE: AFPTV5. Halbnahe bottle of Benedictine salvaged from the Kyros displayed during an interview with Peter Lindberg at the Museum of Spirits in Stockholm6. O-TON 1 - Peter Lindberg, head of Ocean X team (Mann, English, 15 Sek.): 'On the table beside me, we have a bottle of cognac and a bottle of benedictine which we have brought up from a wreck that sank in 1917, sunken by a German submarine.'7. Schwenk von unten nach oben bottle of cognac on a table in the Museum of Spirits in Stockholm 8. Nah seal on the top of the bottle of cognac9. O-TON 2 - Peter Lindberg, head of Ocean X team (Mann, English, 14 Sek.): 'The value of these bottles is yet to be decided because the cognac is of a brand which does not exist today. We don't know now if that is good or bad when we come to a price.'10. Halbnahe Peter Lindberg holding the bottle of cognac 11. Halbnahe bottle of Benedictine

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