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Heal your dolls in Doll Hospital

2009-12-24 09:57:37 GMT2009-12-24 17:57:37 (Beijing Time)  SINA.com

Manuela Cutileiro, who runs the Doll Hospital, poses for a portrait in front of repaired dolls at the hospital in Lisbon December 17, 2009. The sign "Doll Hospital, 1830" above a doorway in a traditional Portuguese tiled facade adds to the feeling of nostalgic melancholy in Lisbon's shabby centre, with its toy-like houses and creaky yellow trams.(Reuters Photo)

A headless doll is kept for repair at the Doll Hospital in Lisbon December 17, 2009. The sign "Doll Hospital, 1830" above a doorway in a traditional Portuguese tiled facade adds to the feeling of nostalgic melancholy in Lisbon's shabby centre, with its toy-like houses and creaky yellow trams.(Reuters Photo)

Dolls heads and body parts are displayed in drawers at the Doll Hospital in Lisbon December 17, 2009. The sign "Doll Hospital, 1830" above a doorway in a traditional Portuguese tiled facade adds to the feeling of nostalgic melancholy in Lisbon's shabby centre, with its toy-like houses and creaky yellow trams. (Reuters Photo)

Restorer Lurdes Cardoso repairs the hands of a doll at the Doll Hospital in Lisbon December 17, 2009. The sign "Doll Hospital, 1830" above a doorway in a traditional Portuguese tiled facade adds to the feeling of nostalgic melancholy in Lisbon's shabby centre, with its toy-like houses and creaky yellow trams. (Reuters Photo)

Manuela Cutileiro runs the Doll Hospital in Lisbon, Portugal.

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