Montpellier: Opéra-Comédie

Country: France
Department, Region: Hérault, Occitanie
City: Montpellier
Location: place de la Comédie

Built 1888 by Cassien-Bernard as "Grand Théâtre", on the site of a previous theatre (built 1755 by Mareschal). Statues by Injalbert. Opened 1 October 1888 with Meyerbeer's "Les Huguenots". Ca. 1500 seats. The building also contains a concert hall, "Salle Molière" (400 seats).

[Montpellier: Opera-Comedie] Front Text: "Montpellier - Place de la Comédie - Fontains des Trois Graces et le Grand Théâtre"
Publisher: Guende Phot. Marseille; 395
Size: Modern
Sent: from Montpellier to Weißenfels/Saale (Germany), 1905

[Montpellier: Opera-Comedie] Front Text: "Montpellier - L'Opéra Comédie"
Reverse Text: "Montpellier (Hérault) - Le Théatre (1888) appelé 'Opéra-Comédie'"
Publisher: Editions Meridionales, St. Jean de Vedas
Size: Modern
Sent: from Montpellier to Ludwigshafen am Rhein (Germany), 2001

[Montpellier: Opera-Comedie] Front Text: "Montpellier"
Reverse Text: "Montpellier - Capitale du Languedoc - Place de la Comédie - L'Opéra et les Trois Grâces"
Publisher: Editions Meridionales, St. Jean de Vedas
Size: Modern
Sent: from Montpellier to Ludwigshafen am Rhein (Germany), 2001

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