Teatro dei Filodrammatici


Teatro dei Filodrammatici
Tag: Theatres

Built in the XVI century, it was originally conceived as a church to host Saint Franca’s remains, patroness of Cistercian nuns. It was later used for military purposes and converted into a school of music and a printing house before being turned into a theatre at the beginning of the XX cent by addition of an auditorium with porches and a large stage. The art nouveau-style façade is a work by engineer Gazzola

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