10 Óperas mais Bonitas do Mundo

10 Most beautiful Operas of the World
Theaters, opera houses and amphitheatres not only unite beauty with the important role of cultural centers. Many also became postcards from major cities. Meet 10 Operas stunning the world, beautiful architectural monuments dedicated to the music and icons that have become important.

Palais Garnier, Paris, France
Palais Garnier, Paris, France
The Palais Garnier, also known as the Opéra Garnier, was designed in 1860 to show the splendor of France's Napoleon Bonaparte. The result is one of the most imposing monuments erected in Paris in the 19th century, the time of a major urban renewal in the French capital. The size and the lines of the building, combined with the beauty and sophistication of details, with chandeliers, sculptures and paintings, make the Palais Garnier opera houses one of the world's most beautiful.

Teatro alla Scala, Milan, Italy
Teatro alla Scala
The Teatro alla Scala is known worldwide as the Scala of Milan, and is uniquely the elegance of the city. Inaugurated in 1778, the site received its stage in the biggest names in opera history. Its classic facade is the entrance to sumptuous interiors with a room with six floors of cabins whose tickets are booked months in advance. For those who are unable to attend a presentation, a tour now worth.

Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia
Botanic Gardens approach to Sydney Opera House
Inaugurated in 1973 with a completely new design, the Sydney Opera House became one of the most famous buildings of the 20th century, and a postcard of essential largest city in Australia. With five theaters, five studios, four restaurants and six bars, the site is obligatory passage point for tourists, who can attend any of more than 40 weekly presentations.

Staatsoper, Vienna, Austria
State Opera Vienna
In a city considered the capital of the world of opera and classical music, Staastoper fulfills the function of major cultural center since 1869. At the time, the architecture of neorrenascentista Staastoper was criticized, but despite the cold reception from her first concert, a performance of Mozart's Don Giovanni, the house received some of the best presentations of history.

Operahuset, Oslo, NorwayOperahuset, Oslo
The Scandinavians are known for their flawless design with modern buildings and futuristic. The Operahuset, Oslo Opera House, opened in 2008, with a structure inspired by the image of two colliding icebergs. The place is extremely bright and the main auditorium with room for over 1,300 people, has its stage to 16 meters below sea level, beneath the waters of the Oslo Fjord. Even that is in front fjord is situated Operahuset, which makes the view even more stunning.

Arena di Verona, Verona, Italy
Arena di Verona
Arena di Verona
Verona, city of Romeo and Juliet, is also one of the oldest in Italy, with a history dating back to the 1st century, during the Roman Empire. A marble amphitheater with capacity for 30 000 people built around the same time is known as the Arena di Verona, and works year round as a stage for opera and classical music concerts. The acoustics are excellent, and gains even more prestige Arena during the Festival Verona, with performances of opera between June and September.

Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Teattro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Situated in the heart of Buenos Aires, just steps from Grand Boulevard July 9, the Teatro Colon is one of the main pride of the Argentine capital. Opened in 1908, the Colon is considered one of the most important opera houses in the world for its acoustics, its size and beauty. The Teatro Colon, which has room for 2,500 spectators, went through a process of restoration between 2006 and 2010, regaining its luster and keeping the original sound.

Magyar State Opera House, Budapest, Hungary
Magyar State Opera House
The National Opera of Hungary, Magyar Allami Hoperaház (in Hungarian) is one of the most beautiful buildings in Budapest. Located near the Danube river, in the area of ​​Pest, the opera house was opened in 1884 and its interior is surprisingly elegant. Besides his concerts with a flawless acoustic performances and the Philharmonic of Budapest, Magyar State Opera House is known for its prestigious gala balls, big social events of the city.

Festspielhaus, Bayreuth, Germany
Festspielhaus, Bayreuth
Designed by conductor and composer of 19th-century German opera, Richard Wagner, the Festspielhaus opened in 1876 and has one of the best speakers in the country. The theater, home of the Bayreuth festival in northern Bavaria, is mainly used for performances of Wagner's works, and is a mecca for admirers of the composer. The Festival, held during the summer, it's always a total success and its 60 thousand tickets sell out quickly.

Teatro Amazonas, Manaus, BrazilTeatro Amazonas, Manaus, Brazil
Manaus, capital of Amazonas, lived its golden years during the rubber boom in the late 19th century. At this time, more precisely between 1884 and 1896, when the Opera House was built, architectural gem that serves as a witness to the wealth of the city in those years. Artists, architects and sculptors, as well as various materials were brought from Europe to create this work crowned by a dome covered with tiles and decorated with sumptuous and elegant.


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