Prague State Opera House

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The lavishly decorated neo-rococo building was opened on 5th January 1888 as the German Theatre, changing its name to the Smetana Theatre after World War II, before finally becoming the Prague State Opera House.

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One of three venues for opera in Prague (the others being the National Theatre and the Estates Theatre), most State Opera performances are from the Italian repertoire – Donizetti, Rossini, Verdi and Puccini – with the occasional inclusion of Russian, German and French oeuvres each season. The venue is extremely popular and advance booking is advisable and often essential.

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Prague State Opera House
(Státní Opera Praha)
Legerova 75
Prague 1
tel: +420 296 117 111
e-mail: informace@opera.cz
web: www.opera.cz
Box Office Tel: +420 224 227 266

Box Office:
Monday to Friday – 10:00 am to 5:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday – 10:00 am to noon and 1:00 pm to 5:30 pm
and one hour before each performance

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Prague State Opera House (Státní opera) 50.080498, 14.432945 Prague State Opera House (Státní opera) The lavishly decorated neo-rococo building was opened on 5th January 1888 as the German Theatre, changing its name to the Smetana Theatre after World War II, before finally becoming the Prague State Opera House.

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