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Swimming Pool at the house of Salvador Dali
Spain

Salvador Dali designed this estate with this fallic shape swimming pool. It is located in the North-east of Spain in Port Lligat. Just a little example of the crazy/genius mind of Dali. The rest of the house is designed and decorated even more excentric.

Copyright: C360.Nl Henri Smeets
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Taken: 19/06/2008
Uploaded: 03/02/2010
Updated: 03/03/2015
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Tags: swimming; pool; salvador; dali; fallic; spain; port lligat; artist; painter; museum; unique
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