The most famous opera houses in the world

Teatro Colon
The Colon Theater in Buenos Aires was opened in 1908 by the introduction of the Aida opera by Giuseppe Verdi, and was designed by several architects, which may be a different style for the same reason. With nearly 2500 chairs and a room standing for 1000 people, the Colon Theater was once the largest opera hall in the world until the Sydney Opera House was completed in 1973.