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Museums - The Dalinian triangle

The Dalinian route is a tribute to a historic Catalan, international, rebellious, nonconformist, eccentric, indiscreet... and a lot more adjectives that would describe him as a unique character that has marked the history of Catalan art.

The Dalinian triangle is a sample of the important influence that the landscape that surrounded him in the Empordà had on Dalí and that he captured on his works, passing it before through his particular oneiric sieve.

These lands gave Dalí lots of inspiration, but today, it is Dalí who has left such a deep mark on them that, year after year, the number of people interested in learning about his life and everything that surrounded him increases and, consequently, the visits to the Museum of Figueres, his House in Portlligat and the palace of Púbol, the three points that make up the Dalinian triangle.