Dalí Castle in Pubol

March 10, 2008 at 11:57 am 2 comments

The Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol, open to the public since 1996. Is a medieval building in which Salvador Dalí lent material form to an exuberant creative effort with his mind set on one person, Gala.Dali Castle Pubol
Sundays 23 of March, 13 of April and 11 of May, the Castle of Púbol open to a interesting familiar visits.
In the web of Fundation Gala Salvador Dalí say:
“We are going to discover the castle and Dalí in full dress. Visit guided for children and children accompanied by adults. With your aid, a parchment and games we will discover the Castle of Púbol and the treasures that Rescuing Dalí gave to Finery, its wife and lady of the castle. “
To live this experiencie, is essential to reserve to the tel. (034)972 677 518 or difusio@dali-estate.org
Gala Dalí Square
E-17120 Púbol-la Pera

Tel. 34 972 488 655
Fax 34 972 488 653
More information: http://www.salvador-dali.org/



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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Raymondym  |  March 24, 2008 at 4:52 pm

    omg.. good work, bro

  • 2. Amazon Rainforest Peru  |  September 25, 2013 at 3:33 am

    I like quiet, particularly out “in nature. Ese Eja people have done a lot to preserve their traditional lifestyle, utilizing resources from local plant and wildlife. And rocks that are claimed to be a tomb, though I doubt this. When I say that the North Peru was the worst birding trip I’ve been on and that I saw fewer birds for shorter time, I do have bases for comparison. No matter what options you choose, Lima is well worth a stopover on the way to a Machu Picchu tour. Flights leaving Puerto Maldonado to Lima and your next destination.


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