Rome Opera House - Costanzi, hungry and foolish

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Even before Rome became the capital city of the Kingdom of Italy, the first stone of the Opera House was laid, in an area of the city that was still quite isolated.
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Like a mythological creature, the Teatro alla Scala in Milan rose from the ashes of a fire, in a sacred place. At the end of the XVIII century, the largest theatre in Milan, the Regio Ducale opera house, was burnt to the ground, and the Empress Maria Theresa of Austria ordered the construction of a new theatre, the largest and more modern opera house that had ever existed.
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What would you do for Christmas in Naples if you were looking for something very special? The unmissable dates are December 8th, 15th and 22nd 2018 at the Filangieri Museum in Naples. Come to discover the Italian Opera!
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Those who really know Italy, and love its culture, are always keen on having a night at the opera. Italy is the country where the idea of merging music and theatre first arose, in the XV century, creating the genre of opera, whose success steadily carried on and even increased until our times.
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The 2019 New Year’s Eve Concert in Rome by The Three Tenors will range from most famous opera arias to the Strauss waltzes, Christmas carols and and Radetzky March.
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