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“A Small and Very Elegant Porfirio Era Theatre”

Teatro de la Republica
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US$490.00*
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Queretaro Day Trip from Mexico City
Certificate of Excellence
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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.

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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.

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Reviewed 28 November 2011

From outside it doesn't look like much but the symbol is great:
- first national song
- decision to shoot Emperor Maximilien
- signing of the constitution

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Reviewed 7 November 2011

If you can read spanish then there is plenty of info on display inside. The building itself is well preserved and lovely to look at. If you are in the Centro you should have a look round. The facade is also beautiful. It cost nothing to get in, but you did have to sign the visitor book and wait for the security guard to allow you upstairs.

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Reviewed 13 August 2011

I attended a symphony concert and an opera recital in the Teatro. It's beautiful and the history is central to any student of Mexican history. It's where Maximiliano received his death sentence and it's the place where the 1917 Constitution was signed. It was built sometime around 1820. Even if you don't go to a concert, the hall is open to visit during the day. Don't miss it.

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