Built between 1826 and 1831, designed by the architect Carlo Barabino, this theater is an example of traditional Italian ... More
Teatro Carlo Felice
Built between 1826 and 1831, designed by the architect Carlo Barabino, this theater is an example of traditional Italian horseshoe-shaped development. It has a capacity of 2,000. It was badly damaged by bombing in the Second World War, and almost completely rebuilt at the beginning of the 1990's by the architects I. Gardella and A. Rossi. The original neo-classical features of the pronaus and the portico were incorporated into the new building, whose imposing triangular tower hides a sophisticated scenic mechanism which places this theatre among the most advanced in Italy.
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The name Carlo Scarpa is synonymous in Venice with architecture. The place itself is worthy of exhibition, regardless of the
exhibits themselves. You will find works by 20th century masters: bronze and glass sculptures, paintings and drawings. There is ...
Conceived in 1776 as a fitting replacement for the Teatro Ducale (sadly destroyed by fire), the famous Teatro alla Scala
has since become one of opera's legendary venues. Home to the prestigious La Scala di Milano opera company, it ...