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Mahen theater
Brno

Otevřeno v roce 1882 jako Německé městské divadlo, později divadlo Na hradbách, Janáčkovo a nyní Mahenovo divadlo. Architektonický návrh vypracovali Ferdinand Fellner a Hermann Helmer.

Stalo se prvním plně elektricky osvětleným divadlem v evropě.

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