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e-borghi travel 10, Cinema and villages: Guinness theatres and ghosts on stage

The magic of cinema is undeniable but there’s another one that’s even older and unique each time: it’s the theatre. Italy is the cradle of the modern theatre: actually the Western theatre was born in Greece around 25 centuries ago but the modern theatre was born in our country between 1700 and 1800. It’s the horseshoe-shaped theatre, the stalls, the balconies divided according to their order and the perspective backstage. We don’t intend to talk about the posters, the festivals or the big theatres but we just intend to highlight some details that can be considered a good reason to discover our villages.
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