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Built between 1826 and 1831, designed by the architect Carlo Barabino, this theater is an example of traditional Italian horseshoe-shaped development. It has a capacity of 2,000. It was badly damaged by bombing in the Second World War, and almost completely rebuilt at the beginning of the 1990's by the architects I. Gardella and A. Rossi. The original neo-classical features of the pronaus and the portico were incorporated into the new building, whose imposing triangular tower hides a sophisticated scenic mechanism which places this theatre among the most advanced in Italy.
In the heart of the historic center, this was the first multi-room theatre which was built, thanks to the contributions of the Genoan Council. This complex includes the Aldo Trionfo hall which is an amphitheater that seats 500, with excellent acoustics and visibility. There is a large foyer with a cloakroom, bar and toilets. There is also the Dino Campana hall which seats 237 people, is comfortable and has excellent visibility.
Located in the area of the ancient harbor, this arena becomes, during Summer, one of the most busy places of city life. Concerts, dances, shows and theatrical acts take place almost every day and night between July and August offering a wonderful time to the increasing number of visitors every year. With over 1000 seats and more than 2000 standing places it represents a wonderful opportunity to meet local culture or listen some good music.
The Centro Commerciale Fiumara is a giant shopping mall a few steps away from the sea. It was designed and built in the 1970s when the town's people decided to do something, to change the landscape and lifestyle of their town. Today, this place has a huge entertainment complex, health facilities, cinemas, restaurants and is a mini township in itself. The main office is open daily.