Castell Gala Dali – Púbol, Catalunya…

le château de Gala Dali à Pubol, Catalunya date du 11ème siècle et il a été offert par Salvador à sa femme en 1968, comme un endroit pour son repos et son refuge… après la mort de Gala en 1982, Dali a déménagé dans le “castell” qui est devenu son dernier atelier et le mausolée de sa muse.
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N.B. histoire vraie… Dali à Gala:
– Je vais t’offrir un château gothique, Gala… vas-tu l’accepter?
– oui, à une condition: viens me rendre visite seulement par invitation écrite!
– je suis d’accord, Gala, puisque j’accepte tout d’habitude, chaque fois qu’il y a des conditions. C’est le principe même de l’amour courtois! 🙂

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Gala Dali castle in Pubol, Catalunya dates from the 11th century and it was offered by Salvador to his wife în 1968, as a suitable place for her rest and refuge… after Gala’s death in 1982, Dali moved in, and the “castell” became his last workshop and the mausoleum of his muse.
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N.B. true story… Dali to Gala:
– I’m gonna offer you a Gothic castle, Gala… will you accept it?
– I will, with one condition: come to visit me only by written invitation!
– I do accept, Gala, since I usually accept everything whenever there are conditions. It’s the very principle of courtly love! 🙂

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Posted on 29 June 2016, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. Il savait vivre, le Dali… Bonne soirée, Mo

  2. 😀 Îl cam juca pe degete Gala!

  3. Gala Dali… how poetic is that? Fun story, thanks for sharing!

  4. What a gift! And truly Dali-esque!

  5. What a character that Dali!

  6. Great photos! Great place and art! Great post, Melanie! Have a wonderful weekend, my friend! 🙂

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