Mapfre sant feliu de guixols
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Cómo llegarMAPFRE7 Rambla de la Generalitat, Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Cataluña, España972 32 15 94mapfre. es/oficina/es_ES/sant-feliu-de-guixols/generalitat-7-L6144Cerrado ahoraLunes09:30 – 13:3016:00 – 19:00Martes09:30 – 13:3016:00 – 19:00Miércoles09:30 – 13:3016:00 – 19:00Jueves09:30 – 13:3016:00 – 19:00Viernes09:30 – 13:3016:00 – 19:00Resumen de la visita4. ¡¡¡9-Quim Ceballos2 weeks agoLo que más me gusta de esta empresa es el trato personalizado que te dan Iván y Ana, y miran siempre de encontrar la mejor manera de que salgas beneficiado en todos los sentidos!!!
dora maar, much more than the muse of picasso
The CNMC itself has reported this today, reporting an agreement of the agency in which it is resolved to undertake the second phase analysis of the purchase of Funeraria Juanals by Elysius Europa SL, the parent company of Áltima. The operation focuses on the acquisition of the entire share capital of the first firm by the second.
In fact, in the case of Áltima and Juanals, if the acquisition is completed, the resulting firm «will acquire a significant presence in the wholesale funeral parlor and cemetery markets of Calonge and Sant Antoni (Girona)», in addition to the wholesale and crematorium markets of Sant Feliu de Guíxols (Girona). These are the areas in which Juanals operates and in which Áltima did not have a presence until now.
At the same time, the acquisition generates another winner, its parent company, Santa Lucía. The purchase «strengthens the insurer’s ability to provide intra-group funeral services for its policyholders». Potentially, Mapfre would also benefit in the two locations: Calonge i Sant Antoni and Sant Feliu de Guíxols.
el forçut manyós i el lleó xerraire
From October 11 to January 13 at the Fundación Mapfre you can visit an exhibition dedicated to two outstanding artists of the twentieth century, Pablo Picasso and Francis Picabia. The main focus of the public is on Cubism, the Dadaist movement and the return to the classical canons of art in the 1920s. Although Picasso was primarily interested in geometric figures and Picabia in monochrome abstract canvases during this period, the outwardly dissimilar works are united by the common spirit of tireless explorers.