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English: Plaque marking Alan Turing's former home in Wilmslow, Cheshire.
Español: Placa conmemorativa en la antigua casa de Turing
Date 7 June 2004
Source en.wikipedia
Author Joseph Birr-Pixton from en.wikipedia


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