Teatro Margherita

Bari, Italy

Teatro Margherita is a former theatre in the city of Bari, Apulia on the east coast of Italy. Its predecessor, a wooden structure called Varietà Margherita opened on September 5, 1910. From 1912–1914, a new theatre was erected by architect Francesco De Giglio. It opened in 1914.

The Teatro Margherita was used as a theatre and cinema until 1979. It is used as a museum now.



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Founded: 1914
Category: Miscellaneous historic sites in Italy

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Vix Brown (2 years ago)
A good exhibition of journalism photography
Rick Guilbeault (2 years ago)
Really enjoyed the photo exhibit
Enzo M. (2 years ago)
Exhibition space in a restored theatre built in Liberty style
Tomasz Sparty (3 years ago)
great place, beautiful exhibition and very nice and helpful staff. The stuff ladies advised us where to go, what to see and where to eat. Thank you very much ❤️
Ondřej Hradil (3 years ago)
Beautiful building, worth stopping by and taking a picture
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