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Madrid
El salón comedor de la casa de mi hermana en Madrid. Llena de recuerdos familiares, de objetos con los que crecí, especialmente, el retrato inacabado de mi madre, Silvina de Polanco Martínez.
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Caricate: 29/07/2012
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