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Salvador Dali made Perpignan train station famous when he decreed it the "centre of the world". This estimable opinion is unlikely to be shared by everyone. But 100m away, a renovated warehouse kitted out in wood, glass and metal hosts exhibitions of regional, national and international contemporary art in all its forms: painting, sculpture, video, installation, performance etc.

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Adresse : 

Avenue du Gén.-de-Gaulle

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