Constructed from 1862 to 1875 by Charles Garnier, with over 1900 seats, this gorgeous opera house stands as a testament to the Parisian arts. Complete with rose marble columns and gilded statues, L'Opera Garnier was originally completed for the Paris Opera. With red velvet cherubs and a green copper dome, the breathtaking auditorium is a definite must see. Go on a tour of this lavish building and prepare to be blown away. Public areas include the Opera Library-Museum, permanent collections, the rotunda and Pythias Fountain, Grand Staircase, Grand Foyer, vestibule, Moon Room, Sun Room, and Ice Rotunda.
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