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“... Galli Bibiena from Parma, commissioned by the rector of the Accademia dei Timidi, Count Carlo Ottavio of Colloredo, with the aim of hosting mainly scientific meetings, but also open to performances and concerts.”
“This venue started out in the 18th century as a forum for scientific discussions and meetings as well as a place for entertainment, but soon became a dedicated theatre.”
“First of all we had a very informative English speaking tour of the house , which is fascinating, then we walked around the amazing extensive grounds with so many interesting features and sculptures.”
“Amazing collections of objects and very interesting information from the tour guide about the life of D'Annunzio (Italian poet/writer and former soldier).”
“... which is part of the complex is well worth a visit, full of opera, ballet, classical music history and fascinating memorabilia, and their is opportunity to peak into the opera house if a performance in progress.”
“... a truly passionate and knowledgeable guide who told us about the history of the building, its importance as a national symbol of Italy, and how the lives and fates of famous composers and performers intertwined.”