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Dali

(dälē`), city, W central Yunnan, on the shore of Erhai lake. It has long been famous for its Dali marble, which is still being produced.
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Dali

Salvador . 1904--89, Spanish surrealist painter
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We are excited to showcase for the first time in this region such a large collection of the finest works of Dali and photographs by one of his closest associates," Kamenova says.
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