aus X nach Y geflossen ist

French translation: extraites X au profit de Y

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German term or phrase:aus X nach Y geflossen ist
French translation:extraites X au profit de Y
Entered by: Constance de Crayencour

11:59 Oct 20, 2010
German to French translations [PRO]
Architecture
German term or phrase: aus X nach Y geflossen ist
Allein die 300 Tonnen Kupferplatten, mit denen ihr Dach gedeckt ist, führen uns den immensen Reichtum vor Augen, **der um 1500 aus dem größten Silber- und Kupferbergbau der Alten Welt nach Schwaz geflossen ist**.

J'ai du mal à saisir le sens de cette dernière partie...

Merci pour votre aide.
Constance de Crayencour
France
Local time: 20:53
qui a été versée de X vers Y
Explanation:
... temoigne de l'immense richesse qui a été versée ...

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Eric Hahn
Local time: 20:53
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qui a été versée de X vers Y


Explanation:
... temoigne de l'immense richesse qui a été versée ...



Eric Hahn
Local time: 20:53
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
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