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View up through the Lever House courtyard in New York City...

Right to Left:

 

Lever House - 1952 - Designed by Architect Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

 

Banco Santander Building - 1991 - Architects: Rogers, Burgun, Shahine & Deschler

 

Park Avenue Plaza Building - 1981 - Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Banco Santander, conocido comercialmente como Santander, es una compañía bancaria española con sede en la ciudad de Santander (Cantabria), cuyas primeras actividades financieras datan del 15 de mayo de 1857

LETRA 'MONEY (EN ESPAÑOL)' de Pink Floyd.

  

Dinero, aléjate

Consigue un ejemplo con más paga y tu “O.K.”

El dinero es un gas

Agarra ese dinero con ambas manos y haz una fortuna

Coche nuevo, caviar, ensueño de cuarto estrellas

Creo que me voy a comprar un equipo de fútbol

 

Dinero, vuelve

Estoy bien, Jack, quita tus manos de mi mentón

El dinero es un acierto

No me des esa mie*** disfrazada de caridad

Estoy, en el equipo móvil de alta fidelidad de primera clase

Y creo que necesito un jet Lear

 

El dinero es un crimen

Compartidlo justamente pero no tomen ni una rebanada de mi pastel

El dinero, según dicen

Es la raíz, de todo el mal de hoy

Pero si pides un aumento no es ninguna sorpresa que no te lo concedan

MONEY ---------- PINK FLOYD:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=srtn53r5DsU

 

Banco Santander Building illuminated in red in Josefa Valcárcel Street, Madrid.

 

Best viewed large.

 

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Edificio del Banco de Santander iluminado de rojo en la calle Josefa Valcárcel, Madrid, España.

 

Mejor visualizar en grande.

España - Santander - Banco Santander

This Banco Santander branch is across from Plaza de Armas.

 

The building at the corner of Plaza Muñoz Gamero and Roca³ was built in 1900 from a design by Antonio Beaulier.

 

Among other Punta Arenas buildings Beaulier designed are Palacio Braun-Menéndez and Residencia Blanchard, the white-fronted building at the left of this photo.

 

The bank opened in 1901 as a Punta Arenas branch of the Bank of Tarapacá and London.

 

1930 the building became Banco Central de Chile.

 

Subsequently it became offices of the General Treasury of the Republic and successively Banco de Santiago, Banco O’Higgins and currently, Banco Santander.

 

MORE BUILDING TRIVIA:

The British Club:

The British Association of Magallanes, or "British Club" as it was popularly known, was founded 3rd May 1899. The Club's premises were located in the upper floor of the former Bank of Tarapaca and London building.

 

Membership was restricted to British males, generally of the upper class. Its premises were furnished in the plush style of a gentleman's club, complete with bar, library and billiard tables. They were well patronised, both by local businessmen, and by ranch-owners and managers on their periodic visits into town.

 

As the British presence in Magallanes started to decline, the Club began to admit Chileans, provided they spoke English.

 

Later, Spanish-only speakers of British descent were admitted. By the early 1950s, the organization had lost its vitality, and membership continued to dwindle.

 

In 1981, the Bank of Chile closed the premises, confiscated the contents in lieu of arrears of rent and the Club ceased to exist.

  

In the district of Triana they celebrate Holy Week the same as every year even though this year once again due to the Covid-19 there are no religious processions. In many streets you can see reminders that this is HOLY WEEK. PLAZA DEL ALTOZANO, SEVILLA, SPAIN

Santander Totta Bank Building in Lisbon, Portugal.

Banco Santander Totta em Lisboa, Portugal.

Constructed in downtown Sao Paulo between 1939 and 1947 to be the new HQ of the Bank of the State of São Paulo (Banespa) and inspired by the Empire State Building, it once was the tallest skyscraper outside the USA and the world's largest structure of reinforced concrete.

 

I said 'the eternal Banespa Building' on the title because its official name is Altino Arantes Building, but virtually no one know this, and even though the bank and its assets were sold to the Banco Santander from Spain and the Banespa brand is defunct for almost 20 years, the building is still called Banespa by the people of Sao Paulo.

 

The building was closed for public visitation in 2015 and underwent an internal renovation, reopening on January 26, 2018 as a cultural and entertainment center named 'Farol Santander', with the word 'Farol' meaning Lighthouse in Portuguese, and viewing from the street level in this particular location where I took this picture, with these ugly buildings resembling giant boxes made of concrete around the skyscraper, it kinda looks like a lighthouse, or a fort...

   

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Queridos amigos,

 

Dicen que cuando alguien esta pasando un problema, es ahí cuando se conocen a los verdaderos amigos.

 

En ninguna parte del Mundo estamos libres de los efectos de la Madre Naturaleza, y como todos sabemos le ha tocado vivir a Chile un terremoto de gran magnitud, que no solo ha dejado daños materiales, si no ha dejado a su población muy triste, confiamos en que los Chilenos saquen su garra y empuje para volver levantarse, pero

necesitamos echarle una mano, como?

 

Con nuestra solidaridad, tu puedes participar visitando www.chileayudaachile.cl

o siguiendo en Twitter el hashtag #chileayuda.

 

El Banco de Chile y el Banco Santander se han unido para aceptar donaciones en la cuenta 2702.

 

Un abrazo fraterno a todos nuestros hermanos chilenos,

 

Mimamor

 

Dear friends,

 

There is a saying that when someone is in big trouble, that's when you know who your real friends are.

 

Nowhere in the world we are free from the effects of Mother Nature, and as we all know Chile had a major earthquake that has left not only damage, but a lot of sadness in the Chilean’s hearts.

 

We are confident that Chileans will recover, but we need to lend them a hand, how?

 

You can help by visiting www.chileayudaachile.cl the hashtag # chileayuda

or entering Twitter (hashtag #chileayuda).

 

Banco de Chile and Banco Santander have joined forces to accept donations in the account 2702.

 

A fraternal embrace all our brothers Chilean

 

Mimamor

 

Elk jaar stijgt het aantal reclametrams in de aanloop naar de feestdagen tot een flinke hoogte- en ondanks corona is dat ook dit jaar weer het geval.

De Spaanse Banco Santander timmert opnieuw aan de weg met maar liefst 5 exemplaren in het zwart met als slogan "Openbank" Hoewel in ons land niet echt bekend is de BS de grootste in de Eurozone en één van de grootste ter wereld.

Eén van de vijf "Spaanse Colorbino's " is de 2096, die hier in de Remise Havenstraat zijn eerste inzet afwacht.

 

Meer dan 400 Colorbino's zijn HIER te vinden:

www.flickr.com/photos/meijkie/albums/72157671243670254

I'm still in a monochromatic mood, so I decided to post the BW version of a picture I posted here a few weeks ago.

 

I originally took this picture with a monochrome conversion in mind, but at the time I thought the final result was too 'heavy' in the eyes, but seeing again now after being in that same place for 2 times last week, yeah, it's still heavy, but the architecture in the area with brutalist influences and the 'dramatic' sky, well, it's a heavy atmosphere there, so I'm comfortable to post this photo because despite its 'heavyness', it's not unfaithful to the scene I was seeing at that moment.

 

About the Building:

 

Constructed in downtown Sao Paulo between 1939 and 1947 to be the new HQ of the Bank of the State of São Paulo (Banespa) and inspired by the Empire State Building, it once was the tallest skyscraper outside the USA and the world's largest structure of reinforced concrete.

 

I said 'Banespa Building' on the title because its official name is Altino Arantes Building, but virtually no one know this, and even though the bank and its assets were sold to the Banco Santander from Spain and the Banespa brand is defunct for almost 20 years, the building is still called Banespa by the people of Sao Paulo.

 

The building was closed for public visitation in 2015 and underwent an internal renovation, reopening on January 26, 2018 as a cultural and entertainment center named 'Farol Santander', with the word 'Farol' meaning Lighthouse in Portuguese, and viewing from the street level in this particular location where I took this picture, with these ugly buildings resembling giant boxes made of concrete around the skyscraper, it kinda looks like a lighthouse, or a fort...

   

L'oli d'oliva és un dels elements claus per entendre l'essència de la cultura mediterrània que des de fa més de dos mil·lennis ha estat conreada per totes les cultures que s'han anat alternant a les nostres fèrtils terres. És, a més, l'únic vestigi viu que contempla el nostre particular "Passeig per la Història" i que conforma un autèntic paísatge cultural mil·lenari.

 

Amb l'arribada dels comerciants grecs i fenicis de la Mediterrània Oriental, es documenta la introducció del conreu de l'olivera. Foren els romans però, qui van aportar grans novetats al cultiu de l'olivera i, la Península es convertí així, en el major productor d'oli d'oliva de tot l'Imperi. Els següents en dominar el territori foren els musulmans, aportant nous cultius i millorant els ja existents amb noves tècniques i sistemes de regadiu revolucionaris. La Reconquesta cristiana, que arribà al segle XII, no representà grans canvis en els costums agrícoles i alimentaris. El mateix es pot dir de la consideració i el cultiu de l'olivera durant l'Època Moderna i Contemporània fins arribar als nostres dies.

 

A les Terres del Sénia i, a Ulldecona en particular, trobem la major concentració coneguda d'oliveres mil·lenàries de tot el món. La partida de l'Arión, amb uns 400 exemplars inventariats i, dos d'ells declarats "Arbres Monumentals" per la Generalitat de Catalunya, constitueix una de les mostres més autèntiques de com l'agricultura tradicional mil·lenària ha superat el pas del temps i s'ha fusionat amb el medi i l'entorn tradicional, de manera que ara, al segle XXI, se'ns fa gairebé impossible concebre un paísatge sense aquells records vius del nostre passat i la nostra cultura. Dintre d'aquesta partida trobem el Fondo de l'Arión on, des de l'any 2011, es troba el Museu Natural de les Oliveres Mil·lenàries de l'Arión, que permet contemplar i gaudir de 35 exemplars d'autèntiques escultures vivents de grans soques i formes recargolades, fruit del pas de temps i les cicatrius que aquest deixa en l'escorça.

 

Segons un recent estudi, de la Universitat Politècnica de Madrid que ha estat finançat pel Grup Banco Santander, l'olivera coneguda com La Farga de l'Arión I, un dels dos arbres monumentals, data de l'any 314 dC, quan l'emperador de l'Imperi Romà era Constantí I, i això la converteix amb l'olivera més antiga de tot l'estat espanyol i del món, segons paraules del catedràtic que ha dut a terme l'estudi, el senyor Prieto.

 

A Google Maps.

Schloßstraße 10, 24103 Kiel, Germany

 

People, goods and services can cross "border" freely between all member states of the European Union (EU). This is why Spanish banking behemoth Santander has branches in Germany. Likewise, German banks can -- if they want to and can compete locally -- open branches in, say, France or Sweden or any member state of the EU.

 

I'm fascinated by money, finance and banks -- even though like many people, I don't like banks. Still, I photograph banks when I travel, sometimes because I need photos of banks for my banking history blog.

 

I have a page on Banco Santander: bankingmergers.blogspot.com/2010/03/spain-bank-mergers-ac...

MADRID, SPAIN - JANUARY 29: Banco Santander Chairman, Ana Patricia Botin, looks on during a news conference to announce the 2019 results at the bank's headquarters on January 29, 2020 in Boadilla del Monte, near Madrid, Spain. Banco Santander's net profit was 6.5 billion euros in 2019, an 17% decrease on the previous year. (Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images)

[Punta Arenas, Magallanes y Antartica Chilena, Chile] Downtown pedestrian street district of southern Punta Arenas, by the Strait of Magellan, along the Presidente Julio Roca boulevard facades, reminiscent of older days of wealth when the Strait was the main maritime route connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

  

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Te propongo, querido viajero, un juego: que percibas Granada a través de cada uno de tus sentidos. Te advierto que no es un ejercicio fácil, a pesar de las múltiples ventanas por las que resbala su hermosura; si de veras quieres entenderla entera, si ansías empaparte de ella, tienes que abrir tu alma y dejar que te cale, que inunde todos tus sentidos, mirarla con ojos de águila desde la torre de la Vela o el mirador de San Nicolás, escuchar los ecos profundos de su pasado y el palpitar de sus gentes de hoy, saborear los caldos calientes de sus tabernas, palpar los muslos turgentes de sus fuentes y oler el humo violeta de su cuerpo.

 

Cuando el arcoíris de tus sentidos haya alcanzado la plenitud de su elíptica, tamiza con ojos críticos cada uno de los estímulos percibidos y el jugo que resulte bébetelo en copa de cristal tallado, desde ese momento, tus carnes serán un remedo de su textura, tu alma, un aljibe más donde ella reposará para siempre. Sal y báñate en ella.

  

ARODRIGUEZ...

blogers granadino de ideal.es .magnifico conocedor de nuestra ciudad ....y nuestra peculiar forma de ser....

   

MADRID, SPAIN - JANUARY 29: Banco Santander Chairman, Ana Patricia Botin, speaks during a news conference to announce the 2019 results at the bank's headquarters on January 29, 2020 in Boadilla del Monte, near Madrid, Spain. Banco Santander's net profit was 6.5 billion euros in 2019, an 17% decrease on the previous year. (Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images)

Giovanni Battista Manerius -

The Five Senses [1675-1700] -

Madrid Fundación Banco Santander - GAP

 

An inside room opening onto the countryside contains a console table, on which a number of objects referring to the five senses have been arranged. This symbolism is quite frequent in 17th century European painting. Both the vase of flowers and the perfume burner, placed in the centre of the composition, represent smell, the apple is taste, the mirror (in which the sculpture is reflected) stands for sight, while hearing is represented by the trumpet and the bell. The rich brocade cloths that cover the right-hand side of the table symbolise touch.

 

The painter Manerius, whose Latinised signature could not be identified until now, shows us a style similar to that of those French artists educated in Italy, which was probably his origin and training. He called himself the “almae urbis accademicus” - perhaps in reference to the fact that he was an academic at San Lucas in Rome, on the assumption that the definition “almae urbis” refers to the Italian capital, the mother city of the art that nourished the best artists.

 

Stylistically, although the background landscape could evoke Italian influences, the flower vase is reminiscent of Flemish models, and it appears obvious that the structure of the fireplace was based on engravings. All in all, the conception and arrangement of the still-life elements, and even their treatment, is a reminder of the 17th century French painters of this genre. The accumulation of elements, the pursuit of decoration, the attempt to achieve the qualities of the objects and their bright, warm and pleasant colouring, all stylistically define the painting.

 

Source: Google Arts & Culture

1892. Oil on canvas. 80 x 115 cm. Fundación Banco Santander, Madrid.

[004/2013]

La plaza de España, en Madrid, está llena de fincas huecas, atrapadas en carísimas compraventas que la explosión de la burbuja inmobiliaria congeló. Se ha ido convirtiendo en un decorado de western almeriense, en el que detrás de las fachadas no hay nada. Siempre había tenido algo de inhóspita, de incómoda para el peatón; ahora se ha vuelto aún más desapacible. Es una anomalía en pleno centro, un corte brusco en la tan turística y transitada Gran Vía. Uno llega a la acera del Edificio España, con escaparates que pasaron a mejor vida, y cree cambiar de barrio, hasta de ciudad. El caso paradigmático es el del Edificio España: 68.000 metros cuadrados en plena Gran Vía para los que el banco Santander no encuentra uso. El rascacielos es uno de los iconos del desarrollismo franquista y del pálido intento de convertir la Gran Vía en Manhattan. En su momento álgido, unas 3.500 personas cruzaban el vestíbulo cada día. En 2005, la constructora Metrovacesa lo vendió por 389 millones a Banif (del banco Santander). Antes de la crisis, se publicó que se había encargado la rehabilitación integral a los estudios Ruiz Barbarín y Rubio & Álvarez-Sala, pero que el proyecto de viviendas de lujo y un hotel se detuvo poco después de la salida del último inquilino, en 2007. En definitiva, nadie mirando a través de las ventanas...

 

The Plaza de España, in Madrid, is full of hallow properties, caught in very expensive dealings, frozen when the Real estate bubble blew up. It has been turning in a Spaghetti western set, where there is nothing behind its façades.

This square had always been something unaccommodating, uncomfortable for the pedestrian; but now it has become even more unpleasant. It is an anomaly in down town, a sudden cut in such a traveled and tourist Gran Vía Avenue. One comes to the sidewalk of the Edificio España, with shop windows that went on to a better life, and one believes that has changed of neighborhood, even city.

The paradigmatic case is the Edificio España: 68.000 square meters (80.920 yards), in the center of the Gran Vía, for that the Santander Bank (Banco Santander) doesn’t find use. The skyscraper is one of the icons of the pro-Franco policy of economic development and the pale attempt of turning the Gran Vía Avenue into Manhattan. In its algid moment, some 3.500 people crossed the lobby every day. In 2005, the Metrovacesa construction company sold it for 389 millions (in Euros) to Banif, a bank of investments property of Banco Santander. Before the financial crisis, it was published that the integral rehabilitation of the building was entrusted to the Ruiz Barbarín and Rubio&Alvarez architect's offices, but the project of a hotel and luxury apartments was stopped soon after the exit of the last tenant, in 2007. Definitely, nobody is looking across the windows in 2013...

 

Gracias osolev por tu textura tan especial...por cierto, Antón, donde andas? va por ti!

 

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This is a portrait of Asturian painter Agustín Otermín. He was an outstanding artist who, nevertheless, gave up painting before reaching maturity. The picture is horizontal in form, a frequent formant in many of Sorolla’s portraits. It seems that, in this way, the artist wanted to show his sitters in their surroundings, instead of merely portraying their figures.

 

[Fundación Banco Santander, Boadilla del Monte - Oil on canvas, 80 x 115 cm]

 

A beautiful bank from the outside in Sóller (Mallorca).

May 2015

Symmetric shot of one of the buildings that make up the headquarters of banco Santander .

Power and glory

 

Al fondo, el banco de Santander;

al frente, la silueta del General Saro.

 

In the background, the Santander bank;

To the front, the silhouette of General Saro.

 

Úbeda (Jaén)

Artículo en Wikipedia: Banco Santander

 

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L'oli d'oliva és un dels elements claus per entendre l'essència de la cultura mediterrània que des de fa més de dos mil·lennis ha estat conreada per totes les cultures que s'han anat alternant a les nostres fèrtils terres. És, a més, l'únic vestigi viu que contempla el nostre particular "Passeig per la Història" i que conforma un autèntic paísatge cultural mil·lenari.

 

Amb l'arribada dels comerciants grecs i fenicis de la Mediterrània Oriental, es documenta la introducció del conreu de l'olivera. Foren els romans però, qui van aportar grans novetats al cultiu de l'olivera i, la Península es convertí així, en el major productor d'oli d'oliva de tot l'Imperi. Els següents en dominar el territori foren els musulmans, aportant nous cultius i millorant els ja existents amb noves tècniques i sistemes de regadiu revolucionaris. La Reconquesta cristiana, que arribà al segle XII, no representà grans canvis en els costums agrícoles i alimentaris. El mateix es pot dir de la consideració i el cultiu de l'olivera durant l'Època Moderna i Contemporània fins arribar als nostres dies.

 

A les Terres del Sénia i, a Ulldecona en particular, trobem la major concentració coneguda d'oliveres mil·lenàries de tot el món. La partida de l'Arión, amb uns 400 exemplars inventariats i, dos d'ells declarats "Arbres Monumentals" per la Generalitat de Catalunya, constitueix una de les mostres més autèntiques de com l'agricultura tradicional mil·lenària ha superat el pas del temps i s'ha fusionat amb el medi i l'entorn tradicional, de manera que ara, al segle XXI, se'ns fa gairebé impossible concebre un paísatge sense aquells records vius del nostre passat i la nostra cultura. Dintre d'aquesta partida trobem el Fondo de l'Arión on, des de l'any 2011, es troba el Museu Natural de les Oliveres Mil·lenàries de l'Arión, que permet contemplar i gaudir de 35 exemplars d'autèntiques escultures vivents de grans soques i formes recargolades, fruit del pas de temps i les cicatrius que aquest deixa en l'escorça.

 

Segons un recent estudi, de la Universitat Politècnica de Madrid que ha estat finançat pel Grup Banco Santander, l'olivera coneguda com La Farga de l'Arión I, un dels dos arbres monumentals, data de l'any 314 dC, quan l'emperador de l'Imperi Romà era Constantí I, i això la converteix amb l'olivera més antiga de tot l'estat espanyol i del món, segons paraules del catedràtic que ha dut a terme l'estudi, el senyor Prieto.

 

A Google Maps.

Artículo en Wikipedia: Banco Santander

 

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L'oli d'oliva és un dels elements claus per entendre l'essència de la cultura mediterrània que des de fa més de dos mil·lennis ha estat conreada per totes les cultures que s'han anat alternant a les nostres fèrtils terres. És, a més, l'únic vestigi viu que contempla el nostre particular "Passeig per la Història" i que conforma un autèntic paísatge cultural mil·lenari.

 

Amb l'arribada dels comerciants grecs i fenicis de la Mediterrània Oriental, es documenta la introducció del conreu de l'olivera. Foren els romans però, qui van aportar grans novetats al cultiu de l'olivera i, la Península es convertí així, en el major productor d'oli d'oliva de tot l'Imperi. Els següents en dominar el territori foren els musulmans, aportant nous cultius i millorant els ja existents amb noves tècniques i sistemes de regadiu revolucionaris. La Reconquesta cristiana, que arribà al segle XII, no representà grans canvis en els costums agrícoles i alimentaris. El mateix es pot dir de la consideració i el cultiu de l'olivera durant l'Època Moderna i Contemporània fins arribar als nostres dies.

 

A les Terres del Sénia i, a Ulldecona en particular, trobem la major concentració coneguda d'oliveres mil·lenàries de tot el món. La partida de l'Arión, amb uns 400 exemplars inventariats i, dos d'ells declarats "Arbres Monumentals" per la Generalitat de Catalunya, constitueix una de les mostres més autèntiques de com l'agricultura tradicional mil·lenària ha superat el pas del temps i s'ha fusionat amb el medi i l'entorn tradicional, de manera que ara, al segle XXI, se'ns fa gairebé impossible concebre un paísatge sense aquells records vius del nostre passat i la nostra cultura. Dintre d'aquesta partida trobem el Fondo de l'Arión on, des de l'any 2011, es troba el Museu Natural de les Oliveres Mil·lenàries de l'Arión, que permet contemplar i gaudir de 35 exemplars d'autèntiques escultures vivents de grans soques i formes recargolades, fruit del pas de temps i les cicatrius que aquest deixa en l'escorça.

 

Segons un recent estudi, de la Universitat Politècnica de Madrid que ha estat finançat pel Grup Banco Santander, l'olivera coneguda com La Farga de l'Arión I, un dels dos arbres monumentals, data de l'any 314 dC, quan l'emperador de l'Imperi Romà era Constantí I, i això la converteix amb l'olivera més antiga de tot l'estat espanyol i del món, segons paraules del catedràtic que ha dut a terme l'estudi, el senyor Prieto.

 

A Google Maps.

At the Praça Urano. USP São Carlos, Brasil.

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On September 8, a 8.1 earthquake shook my country leaving several people without homes in south Mexico, unfortunately on Tuesday a 7.2 earthquake shook my country again and it has already taken many lives in my home town, in Mexico City and other cities as some buildings and houses collapsed. There is people still trapped the debris.

 

The "Topos" rescue team that was formed during the 1985 earthquake in Mexico City. Since then they have helped rescue people all around the world (Taiwan, New York, Iran, Indonesia in 2004, Italy in 2009, Chile 2010). Unfortunately yesterday, exactly 32 years after their creation they are rescuing people in Mexico City again.

 

I ASK YOU IF IT IS IN YOUR POSSIBILITIES, IF YOU ALSO CAN, TO PLEASE HELP EVEN IF YOU AREN'T IN MEXICO.

 

Anything you can donate can have a big impact. You can do it directly here:

Paypal: donativos@brigada-rescate-topos.org

 

Or bank transfer

Banco Santander 92000709294;

CLABE 014180920007092942;

SWIFT BMSXMXMMXXX

 

Or visit www.topos.mx for more information.

 

If you can't donate, please the people in my country and myself would be very grateful it if you could help and share this information with your friends and family, WE DON'T NEED YOUR LIKES, we need your help!

 

Thank you

Calle Bandera con Paseo Huérfanos

La noticia de hoy: El Banco Santander compra el Banco Popular por un euro con luz verde de Bruselas.

 

Foto tomada en Bilbao. 03-07-2015.

 

Predio do Banco Santander em Montevideo, Uruguay

Ana Botin, chairman of Banco Santander SA, gestures while speaking in an interview during an Equality Summit at Bloomberg's European headquarters in London, U.K., on Thursday, May 16, 2019. Gender pay reporting requirements rolled out in the U.K. in 2018 revealed that at most organizations, women earn a lot less than men at most organizations -- largely because they struggle to climb the corporate ladder. Photographer: Mary Turner/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Ana Botin, executive chairman of Banco Santander SA, speaks during an Economic Club of New York event in New York, U.S., on Monday, Oct. 7, 2019. Since becoming Executive Chairman in 2014, Botin has led a cultural and commercial transformation of the bank, which serves more than 142 million customers across Europe and the Americas. Photographer: Tiffany Hagler-Geard/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Ana Botin, executive chairman of Banco Santander SA, listens during an Economic Club of New York event in New York, U.S., on Monday, Oct. 7, 2019. Since becoming Executive Chairman in 2014, Botin has led a cultural and commercial transformation of the bank, which serves more than 142 million customers across Europe and the Americas. Photographer: Tiffany Hagler-Geard/Bloomberg via Getty Images

SANTANDER, SPAIN - MARCH 23: Banco Santander Chairman Ana Patricia Botin speaks during the Santander Bank Shareholders Meeting on March 23, 2018 in Santander, Spain. (Photo by Juan Manuel Serrano Arce/Getty Images)

MADRID, SPAIN - JANUARY 29: Banco Santander Chairman, Ana Patricia Botin, looks on during a news conference to announce the 2019 results at the bank's headquarters on January 29, 2020 in Boadilla del Monte, near Madrid, Spain. Banco Santander's net profit was 6.5 billion euros in 2019, an 17% decrease on the previous year. (Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images)

Ana Botín, Group Executive Chairman, Banco Santander, Spain speaking during the Session Which Europe Now? at the Annual Meeting 2017 of the World Economic Forum in Davos, January 19, 2017

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Closeup of a portion of the east facade of the Banco Santander Building at 45 E 53rd Street, NYC (seen from Park Avenue)

 

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