Arches of the Roman Theatre, Aosta

Arches of the Roman Theatre, Aosta

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The theatre was constructed in the 1st century CE and further extended in the 3rd century CE. The theatre had a capacity of 3-4,000 spectators. Part of its 22m-high facade is still intact. In summer, performances are held in the better-preserved lower section.

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The Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver

The Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver

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The Orpheum is one of the most beautiful concert halls in Canada. Built in 1927 and refurbished in 2009. The Orpheum is located on Granville Street near Smithe Street in Vancouver’s downtown core. In its original building permit the Orpheum was classified as a movie palace, based on its almost 2800-seat capacity, extravagant decor, and full provisions for cinema projection. Now a rare survivor of the palace type, it was once among a group of 17 similar theatres built throughout Canada. The theatre is fully equipped to host large productions, conferences, film shoots, and other events.

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