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The Marche region land of theaters.

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The Theater of Porto San Giorgio


I Travel in Italy introduces you; The Theater of Porto San Giorgio Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo by Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling.    Find out more, 1> go to the bottom of the site page. 

Amazing, however, in our region, is the considerable number of theaters that place it in first place in Italy for their density compared to the number of inhabitants. The more than one hundred theaters, scattered in a rather uniform way in the various provinces, testify not only to the high cultural ferment that animates our land, but they represent historical-architectural monuments of inestimable artistic value. 

Theater of Porto San Giorgio, Via Gaspare Spontini,10, 63822, Porto San Giorgio, Province of Fermo, FM, Marches, Italy.
The Municipal Theater of Porto San Giorgio, formerly Teatro Vittorio Emanuele II, was inaugurated in 1817, after five years of work and was designed by the architect Giuseppe Locatelli di Tolentino. The dedication of the theater to Vittorio Emanuele dates back to 1860, in honor of the stage that the King made during his trip to Porto San Giorgio. The event inspired the scenographer Mariano Piervittori of Foligno for the painting of the great Curtain of the Theater which however was stolen in the 60s. In 1910, the Sangiorgese painter Sigismondo Nardi masterfully frescoed the vault of the theater, with a great allegory of the arts and human destiny, framed in a web of stars and nets, signifying the fishing vocation of the city and its inhabitants. The vault of Nardi gives the Theater an original and very precious historical-artistic profile. The hall, in the classical horseshoe shape, is delimited by three tiers of boxes of which the last is transformed into a gallery.
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