Théâtre municipal de Tunis

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Théâtre municipal de Tunis
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Facade of the Théâtre municipal de Tunis
Theatre municipal de Tunis
Location Tunis
TypeIndoor theater
Capacity 1,350
OpenedNovember 20, 1902
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Interior of the Municipal Theater of Tunis

The Théâtre municipal de Tunis (engl. Municipal Theatre of Tunis) in Tunisia was first opened on November 20, 1902 and currently showcases opera, ballet, symphonic concerts and dramas featuring numerous Tunisian, Arab and international actors. [1]

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