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Museo Nacional Del Teatro, Almagro
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Cuenta la historia del teatro desde los origenes, pasando por los teatros romanos, hasta lo mas reciente. Fotos, maquetas de teatros y vestuario de las mas grandes representaciones nacionales y extran... read more »Tells the story of the theater from its origins, through the Roman theatres, to the most recent. Pictures, theaters and costume models of the most large national representations and foreign. Sundays is free inlet.show original
Bien conservado y limpio, sin grandes estridencias, nos lleva a un recorrido desde el teatro grecorromano hasta el más reciente de nuestra época.Well preserved and clean, without great fanfare, takes us on a journey from the Greco-Roman Theatre until the latest of our time.show original
Se trata del único Museo dedicado al Teatro que hay en España. Está ubicado en los Palacios Maestrales en una esquina de la Plaza Mayor de Almagro, muy cerca de la estatua dedicada a D. Diego de Almag... read more »It is the only museum dedicated to the theatre that exist in Spain. Is located in them palaces master in a corner of the Plaza more of Almagro, very near the statue dedicated to D. Diego of Almagro. The Museum includes three heights. A tour of the classical Greek and Roman Theatre, followed by the medieval theatre can be on the ground floor and ending with the plays of the golden age. On the mezzanine, we continue with the age of enlightenment, the romantic, with special reference to D. Juan Tenorio. And on the top floor we'll see the Popular Theatre, as well as Opera, Zarzuela, frivolous genre, and latest trends. There is also a space dedicated to the puppet theatre. Before the departure we went through the Mudéjar cloister, where different gadgets related to the theatre. It is a completely renovated inside, which allows a pleasant journey. The price of admission is 3 Euros and there is free admission for senior citizens. The Saturday afternoon admission is free for everyone. Fans of the genre can take between one and two hours of entertaining and photos can be. A must-see in the village of theatre excellenceshow original
Gloria NavarroInteresting visitshow original
Miguel Ángel GarcíaA pleasant visit in Almagro. A journey through the history of very entertaining theatre.show original
Pepe SeguraThe best of Almagro = there are two main reasons to go to Almagro and the first is the fact that the people lives by and for the theatre. This is the only National Museum of theatre in Spain and has a very interesting and very valuable collection of the history of theatre in our country. I think that a wise move was transferred to Almagro. It has a number of models, photographs, sculptures, costumes, scripts, paintings, videos and all kinds of objects and documents. From the Greco-Roman period (with information on the Roman theatres of our country) to the theater of the 21st century. Perhaps what most interested me was a room dedicated to the main assemblies of the tenorio, models, photos of the scenery, actors, functions, posters, etc., etc. If you are a fan of the theatre you spend two or three hours; If you're not sure you care by some of the details of the Museum.show original
Rafa PhInteresting and varied themed theater.show original
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