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Teatro Garibaldi, Mazara del Vallo

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  • the theatre is in the Centre of Mazara del Vallo within walking distance from the most famous Museum of the Dancing Satyr. cute little wooden theater that needs restoration, although it is fully functional. admission is free
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  • Very interesting to watch, led by a gentleman of an association that takes care to speak to both this site that indicate other interesting places of Mazara del Vallo. Well worth a visit
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  • A theatre with piochi natural places. A wedding favor. Suitable for conferences, concerts. live music. few places!!
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  • A historic theater
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  • A theatre built entirely by fishermen with material obtained from disused boats (the roof of the theater is the bottom of a boat ...). Lovely idea. To visit obligatorily
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  • To visit, there is an air of other times, a gem in the heart of Mazara del Vallo.
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  • A true gem in the heart of Mazara. An authentic miniature theatre. Built in 1848 and reopened to the public in 2010 after many years of neglect. Now is one of the most interesting sights of the city.
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  • A little gem
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