Early Theatres in Naples

Early Theatres In Naples

Theatres for diverse musical and dramatic presentations began to open in Naples, Italy, in the mid-16th century as part of the general Spanish cultural and political expansion into the kingdom of Naples, which had just become a vicerealm of Spain. None of the early theaters still function as such, having been replaced by later facilities in the mid-18th century; however, in many cases, the buildings still stand and have been converted to other uses. These theaters include:

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