Teatro Adriano

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Teatro Adriano

The Teatro Adriano (i.e. "Adriano Theater"), also known as Politeama Adriano and Cinema Adriano, is a cinema and former theatre located in Piazza Cavour, Rome, Italy.

It was built by Pio Gallas and Romeo Bisini on a project by architect Luigi Rolland (the father of Luigi Moretti) and inaugurated on 1 June 1898 with a representation of the Amilcare Ponchielli's opera La Gioconda conducted by Edoardo Mascheroni.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Silvana Matarazzo. Teatri a Roma tra storia e contemporaneità. Napoli: Edizioni Intra Moenia, 2004. ISBN 8874210418.

External links[edit]

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Coordinates: 41°54′21″N 12°28′11″E / 41.9059°N 12.4698°E / 41.9059; 12.4698