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Florence Italy Theatres


Florence Theatres Italy - Many tourists enjoy a nice theater production when visiting a new destination. Throughout Florence, theaters offer a nice selection of classic and contemporary shows. If you love drama, you will have fewer theatres in Florence to seek out. There are more movie theatres in Florence than there is than the performing arts venues.

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When you need to locate a theatre in Florence to satisfy your craving for a stage performance, you will enjoy a stop by the Teatro Comunale, which offers a variety of music and theatre performances. Drama presentations are offered at the Metastasio Theatre, where Shakespeare lovers will feel at home. At the Teatro della Pergola, you will encounter one of the oldest theatres in Florence.

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Teatro Comunale
Corso Italia, 16
Florence, Italy
When visiting this location, you will encounter the home of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino. If you are lucky, you can enjoy the annual concert that is held through this theatre, which translates into the “City Theater.”

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Teatro della Pergola
Via della Pergola 12/32
Florence, Italy
This venue serves as the oldest theatre located throughout the country. Tourists often flock to this site to enjoy Verdi’s version of “Macbeth.”


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Teatro Studio
Florence Italy
Florence, Italy
When you wish to explore the avant-garde world of performing arts, this is a nice place to start. Italian art and theatre is known to come to life at this location.

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Florence Interesting Facts

  • Florence has a population of about 500,000 inhabitants.
  • Florence was the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance.
  • The “Historic Centre of Florence” was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1982.
  • Florence was established by Julius Caesar in 59 BC as a settlement for his veteran soldiers.
  • The dome of the cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore is the largest dome built in brick and mortar in the world.
  • The Fountain of Neptune in Piazza della Signoria is at the terminus of a still functioning Roman aqueduct.
  • The Ponte Vecchio bridge is the only one in the city to have survived World War II intact.
  • In 1301, Dante was sent into Exile from Florence.
  • Florence is so rich in art, that first time visitors experience the Stendhal syndrome as they encounter its art for the first time.
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