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El Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires es una de las salas de ópera más importantes del mundo. Su rico y prestigioso historial y las excepcionales condiciones acústicas y arquitectónicas de su edificio lo colocan al nivel de teatros como la Scala de Milán, la Ópera de París y el Metropolitan de Nueva York.
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Beautiful Opera House in Buenos Aires. Considered to be one of the best in the world.
Book tickets online for operas, ballets, and other performances. Incredible antique theatre. Have a pre-show meal at Petite Colon down the street.
Colon Theatre is a must visit in our lovely Buenos Aires. Check the culture schedule because has very affordable price.
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San Nicolas, CABA C1049
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