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If the name Salvador Dali conjures images of melting watches and a conspicuous mustache but not really much else, then a visit to Spain's "Dali Triangle" will not only make for a fantastic road trip, but will also show that there's so much more to the renowned surrealist artist's work.Plan a leisurely drive with stops in Pubol, Figueres and Portlligat – the three points of the triangle – to experience the museums, Dali's art and the stunning natural scenery that helped shape and inspire one of the world's most iconic artists.If it weren't for the steady flow of museum visitors propelling you along the one-way galleries, you could spend hours, days or forever observing and analyzing some 1,500 works of art by Dali – paintings, drawings, sculptures, engravings, installations, holograms, stereoscopic images and photographs.Dali's drawings reminded me what a master draftsman he was, and it was good to see several paintings with the familiar watch that was one of Dali's most famous motifs.The uneven windows make perfect frames for the landscape outside that Dali so often referenced in his work.This third point in the "Dali Triangle" is filled with art inside and out.
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