12 julio, 2010

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  1. Hay que tratar de sacar lo positivo de una crisis, sobre todo cuando esta se vislumbra profunda y nos hace ver, de pronto, la realidad de un modo distorsionado. Pero ojo, lo importante es saber sacar provecho precisamente de este estado de alteración, es desde ahí, de ese mismo vacío donde el abismo sublime de un trabajo nace. La pintura viene, eso es seguro y con ella una nueva etapa que comienza.

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  2. Capitán Zanahoria12 de julio de 2010, 16:18

    VIVA WARSZAWA!!!

    Warsaw (Polish: Warszawa [varˈʂava] ( listen); see also other names) is the capital and largest city of Poland. It is located on the Vistula River roughly 360 kilometers (224 mi) from the Baltic Sea and 300 kilometers (186 mi) from the Carpathian Mountains. Its population as of June 2009 was estimated at 1,711,466, and the Warsaw metropolitan area at approximately 2,785,000.[1] The city area is 516.9 square kilometers (199.6 sq mi), with an agglomeration of 6,100.43 square kilometers (2,355.4 sq mi) (Warsaw Metro Area – Obszar Metropolitalny Warszawy).[2] Warsaw is the 9th largest city in the European Union by population.
    Warszawianka (1831) (French: La Varsovienne) is widely considered the unofficial anthem of Warsaw.[3] On 9 November 1940 the City of Warsaw was awarded the highest military decoration for courage in the face of the enemy - Order Virtuti Militari for the heroic defence in 1939.[4]
    Warsaw is also known as the "phoenix city", as it recovered from extensive damage during World War II, being rebuilt with the effort of Polish citizens.[5][6] Warsaw has given its name to the Warsaw Confederation, Warsaw Pact, the Duchy of Warsaw, Warsaw Convention, Treaty of Warsaw and the Warsaw Uprising.

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