Opened in June 2012, this brand new museum is dedicated to the history of Italian opera. It contains numerous original artifacts like scores, letters, and notes of composers Bellini, Rossi, Verdi, Puccini, and others. The museum makes use of interactive multimedia for a more immersive experience. Located in the Palazzo Forti, it is laid out over 15 rooms and 7 sections that contain text, scores, sketches, set designs, costumes, and a mini-theater where visitors can watch recordings of performances. AMO brings together the story of opera through this well laid-out, one-of-a-kind exhibition space.
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