Verdi's Aida at the Arena of Verona

Do you like Opera? Verona is the place to be! Italia Slow Tour at the great "Arena di Verona" to assist at Verdi's Aida. It's been 100 years since the Roman "Arena di Verona" has been used as a music theatre. Watch this abstract of Aida by Fura dels Baus. Long live Verdi! Long live Aida!

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