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Descripción de Diego Rivera, parte 3

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Muy interesante las tres partes en que se dividió, atinadamente, el programa. nunca fuí precisamente fan de este personaje y sin embargo me enganchó desde la primera etapa , tanto, que hasta me dieron ganas de volver a visitar " lares coyoacanenses " el museo de Frida - casa unida por el puentecillo. Gracias y confío que se siga presentando la vida de otros personajes que merecen ser recordados, de todo tipo , no sólo del ámbito artístico !!!! P. D. También agradezco infinito al Señor José Silva por tomarse el tiempo y espacio en su vida para que gente como yo continue cultivándose disminuyendo así el rango de ignorancia.

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