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Spain, Costa Brava, Figueres,Teatro Museo Dali, giant eggs on roof : Stock Photo
The Dali Museum was founded in 1974 and contains the artwork of the Surrealist Artist Salvador Dali, a native of Figueres. It is the second most visited museum in Spain, after the Prado in Madrid.

Spain, Costa Brava, Figueres,Teatro Museo Dali, giant eggs on roof

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The Dali Museum was founded in 1974 and contains the artwork of the Surrealist Artist Salvador Dali, a native of Figueres. It is the second most visited museum in Spain, after the Prado in Madrid.
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