The Dali theatre and museum, where surrealist artist Salvador Dali is buried, reopened its doors to the public after experts exhumed his remains.

Forensic scientists and legal experts took DNA samples from the embalmed body of Spanish surrealist artist to try to resolve a paternity claim.

Dali’s remains are interred in a crypt under the stage of the domed theatre-museum in figures, which houses some of his art works and paintings he collected.