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Annual window washing at Dali Museum

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ST PETERSBURG, FL - Every year in December a special crew of window washers repels down the the wavy glass structure at the front of the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg to wash up and add shine to the Dali glass enigma.

They are dressed like Santas and move like SpiderMen. They make sure the glass is clean and adds to the graceful architecture of the world-renowned museum.

The museum features Andy Warhol exhibit next year, the museum officials announced this fall.

Related story: Dali Museum announces Warhol exhibit

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