Théâtre Graslin

Local nameThéâtre Graslin
LocationNantes, France

Théâtre Graslin is a theatre and opera house in the city of Nantes, France, built in a new district of the city in the late 18th century by the local architect Mathurin Crucy, and named after the owner of the land, Jean-Louis Graslin. Constructed in the Italian style, the auditorium holds 823 people.

Inaugurated on 23 March 1788, it quickly became a major opera house for the city which nowadays, along with the Grand Théâtre d'Angers, combines with Angers to form a joint Angers-Nantes opera.

Théâtre Graslin was destroyed by fire 1796, but it was reconstructed to coincide with the 1811 visit by Emperor Napoleon.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Théâtre_Graslin

Official Website http://www.angers-nantes-opera.com/index.html

Coordinates 47°12'49.142" N -1°33'44.005" E

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