Thursday, April 3, 2014

Galleria Umberto I, the shopping center and the Theater San Carlo, a temple for the Italian Lyric in Naples

Once a meeting place for Neapolitans, the porticoes of the gallery Umberto I were constructed in 1887 and reconstructed after the second world war.

In line with the entrance to the gallery is the teatro San Carlo, one of the great Italian temples of lyrical music. Built by Carlo di Borbone in 1737, inside you can see the luxurious concert hall envied by the European courts for its beauty.

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