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Built by and for the artist

I don’t know if I can consider this a monument. I do think it’s one of the best works of the artist. It’s better to see the museum several times because with the quantity of works that Dalí did, one can become overwhelmed trying to take in everything at once. It’s best to do it little by little.

We found works ranging from the beginning to his last paintings, as well as ingenious inventions, jewelry, lithographs, etc. Everything has a purpose: to express him and entertain us. A delight to visit.
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Part of our trip to figueras

We visited Figueras, known as being the birthplace of Salvador Dalí, who built the Dalí Theater-Museum on the ancient remains of the Municipal Theater of Figueres that was destroyed during the Spanish Civil War. This museum has a large variety of his works, which give us a great perspective on his artistic evolution and legacy.

One of the most visible things in the museum is its transparent structure in a dome shape that crowns the building – an idea straight from Dalí himself. The hundreds of loafs of bread covering the façade and the giant eggs of the Galatea tower catch your eye. Dalí live in this tower during his last years. The central patio is spectacular and it was the orchestra of the old theater. The Cadillac that Gala drove while visiting the United States is another intersting thing to see.

After visiting the museum we ate at Imperial 82 restaurant, which is located inside the museum. The menu was economical and full of flavor. You won’t regret eating there. After eating, we decided to see the Sant Ferrán castle.

We took the train (Renfe) from Barcelona. Another interesting fact: the museum’s exterior walls are filled with bread. An edible repoduction of the bread can be bought in any bakery in Figueres.
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Dali Theatre-Museum (Teatro-Museo Dali) Phone Number
972 677 500
972 677 500
Dali Theatre-Museum (Teatro-Museo Dali) Address
Placa de Gala-Dali 5, E 17600 Figueres, España
Placa de Gala-Dali 5, E 17600 Figueres, España
Dali Theatre-Museum (Teatro-Museo Dali) Website
https://www.salvador-dali.org/es_index.html
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