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DescriptionTeatro Real (Madrid) 02.jpg
English: Interior of the Teatro Real (literally Royal Theatre) in Madrid (Spain). Opera house (at the right, the Royal box). Original project by architect Antonio López Aguado (1764–1831) built between 1818 and 1850. Alterations: 1926-1932; 1941-1961; 1965-1966; and 1993-1995.
Español: Interior del Teatro Real de Madrid (España). Teatro de ópera (a la derecha, el Palco Real). Proyecto original del arquitecto Antonio López Aguado (1764–1831) construido entre 1818 y 1850. Reformas: 1926-1932; 1941-1961; 1965-1966; y 1993-1995.
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