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Teatro de la Republica

corner of Juarez and Angela Peralta, Queretaro City, Mexico
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Queretaro Day Trip from Mexico City
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corner of Juarez and Angela Peralta, Queretaro City, Mexico

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Reviewed 17 December 2014

This structure, which is located a block north of the Jardin Zenea on Calle Juárez, dates back to the mid-19th century and was originally known as the Teatro Iturbide in honor of Mexico’s first and brief-tenured Emperor. In 1867, it served as the location for...More

Thank Charles G
Reviewed 20 September 2014

Very interesting to see something authentic and traditional! The decor was original, impressive and would like to see it again!! Spanish style and it's very famous for its decor and building.

Thank Norma B
Reviewed 3 February 2014

Visited here in years past as well as well as on this last trip to QRO after eating brunch across the street at the Fin De Siglo ... The place is beautiful and you can learn a lot about Mexican history ... as this was...More

Thank METRUN360
Reviewed 18 November 2013

This where Emperor Maximillian was tried and convicted, and where the Mexican constitutional convention was held in 1917. The theater is restored, and for some reason, was sold, I am told, to private interests. Still there are free performances there of the Queretaro chamber orchestra...More

Thank Jackie H
Reviewed 29 July 2013

The Teatro de la Republica is a famous spot, not because of the shows, acoustic or comfort of its seats, but because it was the site where the Mexican Constitution was signed on 1917. The place is well kept, but far from a couple of...More

Thank R_Garcia_Mainou
Reviewed 14 June 2013

it is a theater about a block from hotel plaza. Sometimes they have concerts. It is not easy to go in. Sometimes there are official ceremonies.

Thank sylvia m
Reviewed 13 October 2012

This small theatre is better known for its historic significance than for its qualities as auditorium. Nevertheless is a good and cozy place to listen music. It is one of the most elegant buildings in the city with a very sober decoration and a gravitas...More

Thank Komalantz
Reviewed 16 September 2012

Centrally located in Queretaro, this building is beautiful and lots of history all around. Just walking the streets of Queretaro will add something to your spirit

Thank Pussala
Reviewed 25 May 2012

We heard a sensational, young pianist play a series of Chopin pieces, with great excellence and emotion. Only drawback is that in May the building was uncomfortably hot.

Thank WorldsBeyondTraveler
Reviewed 18 January 2012

Wonderful place to really see and understand the colonial times in Mexico. Lots of history, a must if you visit Queretaro.

Thank DallasBenA
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