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Almacenes El Águila
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Forn des Teatre
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Carrer de Sa Riera 2 · interesting places nearby
Teatre Principal information
Built in 1854 and restored in 2007, this is the city's prestige theatre for drama, classical music, opera and ballet. The renovation works re-created the theatre's neoclassical heyday majesty of 1860 and combined it with the latest technology, resulting in great acoustics.