Danger Free Animals - Patrimonio De Mierda album flac
- Album: Patrimonio De Mierda
- FLAC: 1297 mb | MP3: 1730 mb
- Released: 2010
- Style: Thrash
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 191
- Format: RA MMF XM ADX MOD APE DXD
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Patrimonio Nacional (English: National Heritage) is a Spanish agency, under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of the Presidency, that administers the sites owned by the Spanish State and used by the King of Spain and the Spanish Royal Family as residences and for State Ceremonies. The Patrimonio Nacional includes palaces, gardens, monasteries and convents, called the Royal sites. When not in official use, the Royal sites are open to the public
Directed by Luis García Berlanga. With Luis Ciges, Luis Escobar, Agustín González, José Luis López Vázquez. After the death of Franco (1975) and the restoration of the monarchy, the Marquis of Leguineche returns to his palace in Madrid. After thirty years of voluntary exile in his farm in Los Tejadillos, he intends to approach the King to resume the court life of yesteryear.
The word mierda means ‘shit’. It applies specifically to human feces, but can also be used for the poop of some animals. And it refers, like ‘shit’ in English does, to a variety of dirty, disgusting, or worthless things, as well as serving as an interjection to express indignation or frustration. The word ‘mierda’ is of course vulgar and offensive, roughly to the same degree that ‘shit’ is in English. But it is used differently. Because of its many uses, let’s start with what the Real Academia Española gives for this word.