The Secret Life Of Salvador Dali In Soviet Russia

KGB leaked some new files. They reveal famous Spanish maestro artist Salvador Dali while on his secret visit to USSR. It was no secret the artist had a Russian lover and wife Gala (Elena). She was who took Dali on the trip. Let’s see those leaked files.

Of course this posting is a joke and fake, however pretty nicely done and we almost could feel how it could be if he has visited USSR for real. Or maybe he still did?

More info: Facebook (h/t: englishrussia)











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