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Magic Montjuic Fountains, Barcelona

Magic Montjuic Fountains, Barcelona

When ever thinking about going to Barcelona, I always reminded myself that I would have to take an extra day to escape the city into a village not that far. Now I was there!  So, asked around – it was possible to go by train, it would take couple of hours to get there. Got up early being determined to have the whole day for browsing around and went off to – Figueres!

When ever thinking about going to Barcelona, I always reminded myself that I would have to take an extra day to escape the city into a village not that far. Now I was there! So, asked around – it was possible to go by train, it would take couple of hours to get there. Got up early being determined to have the whole day for browsing around and went off to – Figueres!

The Dalí Theatre-Museum, in #Figueres, is the largest surrealistic object in the world. It is located in  the  the former Municipal Theatre, a 19th century construction destroyed at the end of the Spanish Civil War. On its ruins, Dalí decided to create his museum.  Picture by @peter_s10 (Instagram)

The Dalí Theatre-Museum, in #Figueres, is the largest surrealistic object in the world. It is located in the the former Municipal Theatre, a 19th century construction destroyed at the end of the Spanish Civil War. On its ruins, Dalí decided to create his museum. Picture by @peter_s10 (Instagram)

The Top 10 Most Eccentric Buildings In The World - Dali Theatre and Museum amazing architecture - http://www.minimalisti.com/

The Top 10 Most Eccentric Buildings In The World - Dali Theatre and Museum amazing architecture - http://www.minimalisti.com/

The Dali Museum in Figueres, Spain. One of the craziest museums Ii have ever been to but absolutely fascinating

The Dali Museum in Figueres, Spain. One of the craziest museums Ii have ever been to but absolutely fascinating

Dali Theatre-Museum. In 1960, the artist bought the Municipal Theatre, a building that had been destroyed by fire at the end of the Spanish Civil War in 1939, turning it into the largest surrealist object in the world. First he painted the building maroon and stuck loaves of bread to the walls (they are made from plaster). He positioned giant eggs along the rampart and planted cypress trees out front.

Dali Theatre-Museum. In 1960, the artist bought the Municipal Theatre, a building that had been destroyed by fire at the end of the Spanish Civil War in 1939, turning it into the largest surrealist object in the world. First he painted the building maroon and stuck loaves of bread to the walls (they are made from plaster). He positioned giant eggs along the rampart and planted cypress trees out front.

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