It is already known that the Teatro Colón is one of the most pondered lyrical spaces in the world. But now one of the two most important Italian sites in terms of cultural tourism suggests, among the ten “most famous and largest in the world” lyric theaters, the Colón in number one, among the 15 most outstanding. Especially if one realizes that four of the selected list are Italian heritage gems: La Scala in Milan, in second place behind the Teatro Colón; the Teatro Massimo, in Palermo, in the third; La Fenice, from Venice, in the seventh, and San Carlo, from Naples, in the last place.

The site emphasizes that “in neoclassical style, modern or ancient, throughout the creative mind of history, man gave birth to rooms of aesthetic and functional beauty really immense, ideal for different types of presentation and with excellent acoustics “.