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The Opera in Verona is a spectacular event that appeals equally to those who are regulars to the delights of Verdi's arias, and those who have never seen a performance before; primarily due to its unique magical open air background. 

Held in the third largest Roman amphitheatre in Italy, and originally built in the 1st century, the arena is one of the best-preserved ancient structures of its kind. Originally housing around 30,000 people, it was almost completely destroyed by an earthquake in the 12th century and now holds 15,000 visitors, who come to enjoy shows including Puccini's Madama Butterfly and Gounod's Romeo and Juliet. Performances take place in the summer months generally between late July and early September, where the threat of rain is unlikely, candles are lit after sunset and a range of seating options are available. 

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Verona Opera

The Opera in Verona is a spectacular event that appeals equally to those who are regulars to the delights of Verdi's arias, and those who have never seen a performance before; primarily due to its unique magical open air background. 

Held in the third largest Roman amphitheatre in Italy, and originally built in the 1st century, the arena is one of the best-preserved ancient structures of its kind. Originally housing around 30,000 people, it was almost completely destroyed by an earthquake in the 12th century and now holds 15,000 visitors, who come to enjoy shows including Puccini's Madama Butterfly and Gounod's Romeo and Juliet. Performances take place in the summer months generally between late July and early September, where the threat of rain is unlikely, candles are lit after sunset and a range of seating options are available. 

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