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Statistics About The Most Famous Opera Houses

Opera houses such as the Royal Opera House in London, Teatro alla Scala in Milan, and the Metropolitan Opera in New York City attract millions of visitors annually and host numerous world-renowned performances.

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"The Liceu in Barcelona, Spain, was established in 1847 and reconstructed after a fire in 1994."

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"The Opéra Bastille in Paris, France, inaugurated in 1989, is the more modern counterpart to the historic Palais Garnier."

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"The Paris Opera House, or Palais Garnier, was inaugurated in 1875 and features a ceiling painted by Marc Chagall."

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"The Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall in Japan opened in 1997 and is one of Tokyo's major cultural venues."

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"The Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia, opened its doors in 1860 and is home to the Mariinsky Ballet."

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"The Cairo Opera House in Egypt, inaugurated in 1988, is the main performing arts venue in the capital."

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"The Teatro Massimo in Palermo, Italy, opened in 1897 and is Italy's largest opera house and the third largest in Europe."

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"The Royal Swedish Opera in Stockholm, Sweden, was founded in 1773 by King Gustav III."

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"The Royal Opera House in London, UK, was originally founded in 1732 and has gone through several reconstructions."

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"The Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, Russia, opened in 1856 and is known for its classical ballet and opera performances."

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"The San Francisco Opera House in California, USA, opened in 1932 and houses the San Francisco Opera."

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"The Semperoper in Dresden, Germany, reopened in 1985 after being destroyed during World War II."

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"Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Argentina, was inaugurated in 1908 and is considered one of the best concert venues due to its exceptional acoustics."

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"The Hungarian State Opera House in Budapest, Hungary, has been operating since its opening in 1884."

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"The Sydney Opera House in Australia, opened in 1973, sees over 8.2 million visitors annually."

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"The Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Italy, is one of the most renowned opera houses and opened in 1778."

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"The Prague National Theatre in the Czech Republic, opened in 1881, is a symbol of Czech cultural heritage."

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"The Teatro di San Carlo in Naples, Italy, is the oldest continuously active venue for public opera in the world, opened in 1737."

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"The Metropolitan Opera House in New York City, USA, opened in 1883 and is part of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts."

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"The Vienna State Opera, inaugurated in 1869 with Mozart's "Don Giovanni," is a landmark of Vienna, Austria."

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