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The Teatro dell’Opera di Roma is the Roman theater, also known as Teatro Costanzi, named after its creator Domenico Costanzi, dedicated to opera and ballet.
It boasts the primacy of seniority in the new capital, which could not but offer the Romans a stage of elegant and refined distractions.
At the end of 1880, in the Renaissance style of fashion of the time, architect Achille Sfondrini completed what at a distance of over 100 years continues to be a representation of Roman, Italian and world culture.
The LCF company has managed to bring its experience within the walls of one of the most popular attractions of old bourgeois Rome.
The spectators of the best theatrical performances with world famous artists have been accommodating since 1998 on the classicism and elegance of the armchair mod. K905 completely customized.
The seats are about 800, of an intense red color and ergonomically designed and made to show proof.