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Teatro São Pedro

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Theatro São Pedro é um teatro brasileiro localizado na cidade de Porto Alegre, no Rio Grande do Sul. É o teatro mais antigo da cidade. O Multipalco, juntamente com o Theatro São Pedro, forma o maior complexo cultural da América Latina, ocupando um espaço de mais de 20 mil m² no coração da capital gaúcha.

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A:

by Luciano Correa | Vista Panoramica, 30 meters away

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B: Teatro São Pedro - Externo

by Omar Junior, 40 meters away

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