If you have already been in Rimini, maybe you have seen only one side of Galli theatre. This.
The one that looks out Piazza Cavour in front of Arengo’s municipal Palace.
You have probably lost the back, the side toward Castel Sismondo.
In reality up to 2 years ago that side was an open wound for all the city in Rimini.
In fact you would have seen only a hole in the building that dates back to the second World War.
Galli theatre was projected by the architect Luigi Poletti in 1800 and inaugurated in 1857 by Giuseppe Verdi.
72 years ago a bomb during the conflict gut the theatre, leaving for all this time an hole in the hearts of the Rimini citizens.
But now the theatre is gaining shape.
The works started in various steps in 2012 and they are respecting the time tables.
It will be rebuilt like the original and it will be something spectacular in the spectacle.
The photos that you can see here will show you the restoration.
All the area together with Castel Sismondo will be closed and will also be converted into a pedestrian area.
You will be able to easily reach the theatre with our bikes and take a ride into a really unique context.
Add the construction of the terrace on the Tiberius’ bridge and I can assure you that there won’t be many cities in the world that will give you cultural wealth like Rimini will have in the next few years.
The New Galli Theatre will be inaugurated in the spring of 2018
It doesn’t miss so much
I’ll keep you updated.
I’m waiting you in Rimini.