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The Theater Jean Vilar
France

Façade de style néo-classique imposante, le théâtre Jean-Vilar, portant le nom du célèbre acteur et metteur en scène, vaut le détour.

Construit au milieu du XIXe siècle sur la place de l’Hôtel de Ville, il renferme en son cœur une salle à l’italienne, offrant une accoustique remarquable.

Le fronton sur la façade représente une allégorie de la Renommée entourée de deux personnages chers à l'univers du théâtre: les muses Mélpomène et Thalie, qui illustrent la tragédie et la comédie.

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