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A new museum showcasing the work of Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí has opened in Monterey, California. 

Housed in the building previously known as the Museum of Monterey, the Dalí17 Museum features a whopping 580 works by the artist, including dreamlike paintings, drawings, lithographs, sculptures, and more. The collection was donated by California real estate mogul Dmitry Piterman.

As it happens, Dalí lived in Monterey for about seven years in the 1940s. 



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