The Teatro Filarmonico was started in 1605 by Domenico Curtoni. His design was obviously Palladian in inspiration and was ... More
The Teatro Filarmonico was started in 1605 by Domenico Curtoni. His design was obviously Palladian in inspiration and was originally in the form of a semicircle with an open gallery in wood. The majestic façade with its columns was erected in 1608, and the reception (now the theater's foyer) in 1612. In 1770 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed here; he was only 14 at the time. The form of the building that you see today was completed in 1729. A fire destroyed much of it in 1749, while in 1945 it was hit and damaged by bombs; it was rebuilt in 1969.
This is probably one of the most photographed bridges in Verona, but unfortunately it is not authentic. The original one
was blown up by the Germans during the last World War, and it was reconstructed in the 1950s. It ...
This is a small, friendly cinema and theater. It is located in the city center, a stone's throw from Casa
di Giulietta . Films can be watched even from the balcony, in the comfort of a red velvet armchair. ...
The wooden Teatro Farnese by Giovanni Battista Aleotti (also known as the Argenta) was built in the original Sala d'Arme
in the Palazzo della Pilotta. It was constructed for Ranuccio I Farnese in 1618 to celebrate Cosimo II de' ...