European Route of Historic Theatres
WHS that are also on the European Route of Historic Theatres (http://www.erht.eu/page/en/home.php).
|Bordeaux||French Route: Grand-Théâtre|
|Cesky Krumlov||18th century Castle Theatre - Emperor Route|
|Cracow||Baltic Route: Juliusz Słowacki Theatre|
|Drottningholm||Drottningholm Palace Theatre built in 1766|
|El Escurial||Iberian Route: Real Coliseo de Carlos III|
|Evora||19th century Teatro Garcia de Resende - Iberia Route|
|Graz||19th century Graz Opera House - Emperor Route|
|Litomysl Castle||18th century Palace theatre - Emperor Route|
|Mantua and Sabbioneta||Italian Route, Sabbioneta – first free-standing theatre of the Modern Era, Teatro all'antica, built from 1588 to 1590 by architect, Vincenzo Scamozzi based on the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza. Mantua – the "scientific theatre", Teatro Scientifico, built from 1767 to 1769 for the Accademia degli Invaghiti to plans by Antonio Galli da Bibiena.|
|Margravial Opera House||German Route|
|Paris, Banks of the Seine||Théâtre du Châtelet - French Route|
|Potsdam||Theatre in the New Palace - German Route|
|Prague||Emperor Route: the Estates Theatre (1783/1859) represents 200 years of Czech and German theatre history in Bohemia. The world premiere of Mozart's opera Don Giovanni took place here in 1787.|
|Riga||Baltic Route: Latvian National Theatre|
|Tallinn||Baltic Route: Estonian Drama Theatre|
|Toledo||Iberian Route: Teatro de Rojas|
|Vicenza||Italian route: 1580 to 1585 built Teatro Olimpico, the first covered theatre in the Modern Period in Europe, architect: Andrea Palladio|
|Vienna||Emperor Route: Theatre an der Wien dating to 1801, where many important events in Austrian theatre history took and still take place.|
|Vilnius||Baltic Route: Lithuanian Rs. Dramatic Theatre|
|Warsaw||Baltic Route: Royal Theatre in the Old Orangery|
Do you know of another WHS we could connect to European Route of Historic Theatres?
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