Teatro Macedonio Alcalá
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Teatro Macedonio Alcalá information
The Teatro Macedonio Alcalá was built in 1903 in the elaborate French style that was fashionable under Porfirio Díaz. It has a marble stairway and a five-tier auditorium holding 1300 people.