The austere exterior of the building gives no hint of the ornate theater inside – it’s what you’d expect from a classic opera theater, all red velvet and gold trimmings. In addition to the seats on the floor of the hall, the walls are made up of four storeys of those velvet-lined theater boxes, each with its own private entrance at the back. It’s enough to make you feel like you really ought to be wearing a period costume and powdered wig.
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