Salvador Dalí Sundial

Local nameSalvador Dalí Sundial
LocationParis, France

An unusual sundial designed in 1966 by a surrealist artist, Salvador Dalí (who installed it himself). It is interpreted as a reminder of the pilgrims travelling to the St. Jacques de Compostela. Strangely enough, the sundial is not functional. Despite that, it is a must see for every surrealist art fan.

Tags SurrealismSundialArtworkSalvador DalíArt
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Address 27 Rue Saint-Jacques, Paris 75005, France

Coordinates 48°51'4.805" N 2°20'45.405" E

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