This is That Spot’s first post regarding the location of an artwork, and it will be Salvador Dalí‘s “Port Alguer”. The painting depicts Cadaqués, a coastal town in Catalonia, in the outskirts of which Dalí later lived and worked for the most time from 1930 to 1982.
Dalí apparently wasn´t very much preoccupied with all the details, so do not look for too many exact similarities. Still, some interesting features can be found, like the cathedral windows or that arched pathway. My favorite one is a little white balcony in the middle left side of the picture, right above the arch. Zoom in to spot it on Street View. Must be really cool to have your balcony painted by Dalí, don´t you think?
Here is also an old photo of this place. Hard to tell which year it is from, but it may help you find more similarities with the painting.