Teatro San Gallo

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The Teatro San Gallo in Venice, was built during the early part of the 20th century in the original courtyard of a 13th-century palazzo just behind Piazza San Marco in Venice.[1] Some of the original features of the original palazzo are still visible in various parts of the theatre. The theatre is located in Campo Rusolo o San Gallo, a small campo just behind Piazza San Marco and close to Bacino Orselo. The theatre has 260 seats and is now equipped with sophisticated technical equipment that brings it firmly into the 21st Century. Since 2008 the theatre has been home to a nightly performance of Venezia The Show.[2] Venezia the show is a show about Venice which is performed in English with translations in other languages.

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  1. ^ M. Agazzi, Platea Sancti Marci. I luoghi marciani dall’XI al XIII secolo e la formazione della piazza, La Stamperia di Venezia, Venezia, 1991
  2. ^ Venezia The Show

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