Bilbao: Teatro Arriaga

Country: Spain (España)
Region: Euzkadi
City: Bilbao
Location: Plaza Arriaga

Built 1890 by Joaquín Rucoba. Named in honour of the Spanish composer, Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga y Balzola (1806-1826). Damaged by flooding in 1983. Seubsequently rebuilt, re-opened 1985.

Links: www.teatroarriaga.com, Wikipedia

[Bilbao: Teatro Arriaga] Front Text: "Bilbao - Plaza y Teatro Arriaga"
Handwritten Reverse Text: dated 26 July 1926
Publisher: L. G., Bilbao
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.

[Bilbao: Teatro Arriaga] Reverse Text: "Bilbao - Vizcaya - Teatro Arriaga"
Publisher: San Cayetano, Bilbao; 273
Size: Modern
Sent: from Spain to Duisburg (Germany), 1989 [postmark partly illegible]

[Bilbao: Teatro Arriaga] Reverse Text: "Bilbao-Vizcaya, Teatro-Arriaga"
Publisher: San Cayetano, Bilbao; 272; D. L. B 26.051-XXX
Size: Modern
Not sent.

[Bilbao: Teatro Arriaga] Front Text: "Bizkaia Bilbao"
Reverse Text: "Teatro Arriaga, Arriaga Antzokia"
Publisher: Postalnorte; BIZ077; D. L. BI-0195-05
Size: Modern
Not sent.

[Bilbao: Teatro Arriaga] Front Text: "Bizkaia Bilbao"
Reverse Text: "Casco Viejo, Alde Zaharra"
Publisher: Postalnorte; BIZ097; D. L. BI-2875-05
Size: Modern
Not sent.
Detail:
[Bilbao: Teatro Arriaga]

[Bilbao: Teatro Arriaga] Picture: above: Teatro Arriaga, below: Kiosco del Arenal (a music pavilion built by Pedro Ispizua)
Front Text: "Bizkaia Bilbao"
Reverse Text: "Teatro Arraia - Kiosco del Arenal, Arriaga Antzoki - Arenaleko Kioskoa"
Publisher: Postalnorte; BIZ. 052; D. L. BI-0740-04
Size: Modern
Not sent.

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