Nobles at the theatre

It was built in wood by the Carignano Princes at the end of XVII century to host little perfomances especially for noble families. In 1752 the already crumbling theatre was rebuilt in concrete based on a project by Benedetto Alfieri who had designed the Regio theatre some years before. In 1786 it burnt down and it was rebuilt in a few months.

Theatre going nobles - anonymously drew

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