Teatro La Fenice
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Teatro La Fenice
La Fenice is a world-renowned opera house and a symbol of the Italian theatre tradition. Its name means "the phoenix", which suits the theatre very well, as it happened more than once that it burned down and had to be reconstructed. It was originally built in 1755 and witnessed several world-class performances, like the premiere of Verdi's La Traviata. Nowadays, you can either visit the theatre, admiring its magnificent interiors and learning about its rich history, or enjoy a show there during the opera season.
- Address: Campo San Fantin, 1965, Venice
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