Rome Opera Theatre’s annual outdoor summer season is staged in the famous red brick ruins of the Baths of Caracalla, the largest thermae in the world when completed in 217 AD. The huge 27-acre complex was functional for more than 300 years, encompassing enormous buildings, with huge frescoed vaults covering the large rooms and bathing facilities, seats for more than 1,600 people, gymnasiums, libraries, gardens, art galleries, restaurants, and even brothels. It is a spectacle in its own ...

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