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Teatro Colon

Teatro Colon

The Teatro Colón opened in 1908 and is one of the largest performing arts theatres in the southern hemisphere, second only to the Sydney Opera House in Australia. It was designed by Italian architect Francisco Tamburri and is an Italian Renaissance-style building with a seating capacity of 2,500 (although more people have been squeezed in at a time). It is richly dcorated inside in scarlet and gold, with frescoes lining the cupola. It has hosted many international performers including Nijinsky, Pavlov, Pavarotti and Domingo. Guided tours take visitors to the theatre's workshops, rehearsal rooms, auditorium and stage. The theatre suffered during Argentina's political and economic difficulties in the 1990's and early 2000's, with attendance falling and the building suffereing from neglect. However, in 2005 this all changed. The theatre was completely renovated and refurbished, and reopened in 2010 with an animated 3D concert. The acoustics were always very good, and are still the sa
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