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San Domenico Theatre

On 27 November 1999 at 17.30 hours, the city of Crema has opened its new theater.
Located in the heart of the old town, within an historical and architectural complex

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Teatro Comunale Mauro Pagano

The building with its neoclassical lines was built between 1825 and 1827 as a Social Theatre and continued its activity until the 1970’s. In 1978 it became the Mauro Pagano

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Teatro Sociale di Asola

This theatre was built in the late 19C over the remains of the old church of Sant’Erasmo, destroyed around 1564. The building was inaugurated in 1891. It has a late-Neoclassical

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Teatro Sociale in Villastrada – theatre

Built in 1910, the Teatro Sociale of Villastrada boasts an elegant façade in neoclassical style, with six columns with capitals in composite style supporting a trabeation with bas-reliefs of masks

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Theatre

Young parish priest Father Bruno Balboni arrived here in 1937 and shared his love of the theatre, organising frequent productions in the old oratory. The architect Bruno Sarti and many

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Valle Turchino Theatre

Built in the early 20C, this theatre was fully refurbished in 2000 thanks to a partnership between its ‘Valle Turchino’ owner and the local administration, allowing the local community to

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Villa Angeli

This building dates from the early 16C and was frequently altered by its several owners, including Giovanni Gonzaga in the 18C who gave it the current architectural connotation, changing it

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Villa Tacoli Arrighi

This walled fortress has Guelph merlons, two-light windows and magnificent views of the lake and the surrounding countryside. Overlooking a park of tall conifers, the villa has a long history

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Vincenzo Bellini Theatre

It was conceived as a multipurpose hall to host, alternatively and without prior scheduling, different shows and events: puppets, marionettes, conjurers, music schools, theatrical and light opera companies and opera

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