Carmen franco polo fortuna

Carmen franco polo fortuna

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The nerve center of the clan is in the building on Hermanos Bécquer street, in the Salamanca neighborhood. Carmen Franco died there. The headquarters of the Francisco Franco National Foundation in Concha Espina Avenue also belongs to them. In the capital they have a villa in La Moraleja and several properties in the urbanization La Florida.
The dictator’s inheritance includes, in addition to his birth house in Ferrol, a villa in Miami and plantations in the Philippines, as some journalistic reports and Sánchez Soler’s investigation have traced. Or a Galician estate in Oleiro, La Piniella in Llanera (Asturias), three others and a villa in Guadalajara, and several squares on the Costa del Sol.
The corrupt fortune of the dictator is managed from a business network born in El Pardo and dedicated to real estate business, tourist rentals and parking management as main sources of income. Or farms and financial and advertising services.
In addition to the properties and millions coming from the dictatorship, in the hands of the Franco family there is a multitude of works of art of dubious provenance. The most paradigmatic case are the Romanesque sculptures of the Portico de la Gloria of the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. The dictator and his wife took them to Meirás in 1954. The City Council of Santiago claims in court the statues of the prophets Abraham and Isaac.

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Inside there are pictures painted by Franco, such as still lifes of great chromatic beauty, a marble and gold table given to him by an Asian monarch, hundreds of books in a library in which presides a painting of Franco as a victorious general of the civil war, the chapel with two baptismal fonts, a room full of hunting trophies with even bison or the rich military bands of his grandfather, many of gold and precious stones.
The management of the Franco family patrimony, in which the great-grandson Luis Alfonso de Borbón, Carmencita’s son, was initially involved, is now managed by a company of the clan: Sargo Consulting SL, whose headquarters are in the family home on Hermanos Bécquer Street and which was constituted in November 2002. It is presided over by Carmen Franco Polo. Luis Alfonso was also involved in another of the family companies: the real estate company Borcorel SL.
Pedro Barrié de la Maza, Count of Fenosa, acquired it in a way that is said to have been quite advantageous and put it in the name of Carmen Polo. The family visits the house from time to time and the place, although old, is still in good condition and habitable.

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When Sánchez Soler visited that palace in 1988, it was already in absolute decay. «On the floor there were pieces of celluloid from the film Raza,» he says, referring to the family drama whose screenplay Franco wrote under a pseudonym in 1942. «Even stills from No-Do in which the head of state presided over the Victory parade. On the first floor there were coffers with the stamp ‘Patrimonio Nacional. El Pardo. That abandonment was evident in other charismatic properties of the family, which since Franco’s death did not hide its urgency to parcel them up and sell them. The fact that between 1978 and 1980 there were fires and robberies in almost all of them only fueled suspicions that they were arson. Only Valdefuentes, the scene of so many of the dictator’s hunting days, remained untouched by the flames.

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The newspaper El Mundo published this Sunday its front page with an exclusive on the official will of General Francisco Franco, assuring that the dictator left in inheritance to his wife Carmen Polo and his daughter Carmen Franco a total of 28 million pesetas, which would be equivalent to approximately 1.8 million euros.
However, the data does not seem to add up, since the real wealth of the grandchildren is well known. Taking into account the incalculable money in jewels that Franco’s wife left behind when she died, the monumental and valuable properties that they own, and the approximately 500 million euros that all the descendants have together, the family fortune is one of the largest in our country.
The building on Hermanos Bequer street in Madrid: a total of seven floors totaling 4,807m2 in the heart of the Serrano district, one of the most luxurious areas of the capital. It is only one of the many properties they have, but it is the one chosen by Franco’s wife and daughter to move into after his death.