Follow us on Facebook! Here are some additional photos from our visit to the Dali Museum in 2009. The town square at Figueres, across the street from the railroad station. Yes, that’s a Spanish-English Dictionary Janis is holding. Many tents were set up as artisans and merchants displayed their wares for the May Day celebrations. The Iglesias de San Pedro or Church of St. Peter in Figueres, Spain. Sheila, Chris and Janis waiting in line to see the Dali Museum. Two figures on the roof near the entrance to the Dali Museum. The white figure is holding a loaf of bread on its head and the gold mannequin is holding a hydrogen atom, representing Dali’s passion for science, another of his many recurring themes. The curved wall that encloses the inner courtyard has recessed spaces with windows and mannequins on three levels. Looking down on the Rainy Taxi from one of the windows surrounding the courtyard. Looking over the shoulder of a mannequin at Gala’s Boat. You can see the giant backdrop of Labyrinth through the window. Gala’s Boat held up by two crutches, a statue called The Slave of Michaelangelo, and a stack of tires. The Slave of Michaelangelo The immense reproduction of the backdrop for the ballet, Labyrinth. On an end wall, a portrait of Abraham Lincoln. Close up it’s a nude painting of Dali’s wife Gala. The geodesic dome above the stage-cupola area. Exterior of the Dali Museum. The yellow dots on the walls are bread. Eggs represented fecundity to Dali and are an important symbol. Close-up of one of the loaves of bread dotting the outside of the museum. The streets of Figueres were still busy when we left the museum. One last look at a busy May Day in Figueres. Follow us on Facebook!