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A very nice, but small theatre in Hitdorf near Cologne.
The theatre is placed in an old matchbox-factory.
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Two times the theatre is visited by the great britsh
author Terry Pratchett. (Discworld)
The Reykjavik City Theatre is a repertory theatre subsidized by the municipal authorities of Reykjavik. The Theatre produces at least 7 large productions each season, besides a great variety of smaller events.
In 1874 the present Grand Théâtre de Genève replaced the Théâtre de Neuve. Directly inspired by the Paris Opera House the Grand Theatre is one of the most magnificent opera houses in Europe with a seating capacity of 1500.
Located between Logan Rock and Land's End the Minack open-air theatre was built into the cliffs in 1932 by Rowena Cade. It has 750 seats and is used as a touring venue by various theatre companies during a seventeen-week summer season.
Sather Tower is a campanile (bell and clock tower) on the University of California, Berkeley campus. It is more commonly known as The Campanile (pronounced "cam-pah-KNEE-lay") due to its resemblance to the Campanile de San Marco in Venice, and serves as UC Berkeley's most recognizable symbol. It was completed in 1914 and first opened to the public in 1917. The tower stands 307 feet (9...
The MIchigan Theatre, in Detroit, is one of the amazing old structures built during the golden ages of the motor city, and then sort of abandoned. It's interior seems like a baroque french Theatre, but it was closed in the late 80's and then reopened as... parking, but a main part of the old structure still remains, so that you can see cars parked under the stage and all its paintings. As anoth...
These two magnificent Roman monuments are important examples of Hispan Roman architecture. There are located in the Spanish city of Merida (in Latin: Emerita Augusta). Despite it seems incredible, this ancient Theatre is used today as a common theatre.