Inaugurated in 1792, La Fenice distinguished itself as one of the major Italian and European theatres, writing opera history with the debuts of numerous masterpieces. The theatre’s renovation and rebuilding work was completed last year and this month started officially presenting opera again for the first time since the disastrous 1996 fire. Based on a project by architect Aldo Rossi (who died in 1997), reconstruction work, carried out under a strictly philological "as it was, where it was" ...

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