While we had some confusion about getting a number, then standing in a line and buying tickets in the process, we finally got in. Note - you get a number, then you go to buy a ticket, then you stand in line. We had a language barrier issue, which was sorted out.
This is a beautiful building, that attention to the details is amazing. We had an English tour. The guide's English was pretty good. The best part was that is was not a canned speech she was giving. She was telling the story of the theater and asking for questions from the group, which would lead to more stories about the building. This is a must see and good for a rainy day.
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