Arena del Sole Theatre is in the heart of Bologna, built in a neoclassical style, it calls your attention enough from afar, especially its facade, with those impressive columns. It was inaugurated on July 5, 1810 and for a century it served as a theater, until in 1949 it was left to be only a cinema only. In 1984 it was acquired by the city of Bologna, ve returned it to its pre-theatrical activity.
The Modena theatre was built in 1838, replacing the old hall of the Via Emilia, which dated back to 1600. It was named after Luciano Pavarotti following the great tenor's death. Activities were suspended here for ten years between 1913 and 1923, due to the First World War, and there were further hardships during the Second.
The beautiful old Piazza Cavour, a project carried out by Luigi Poletti, and opened with a work of Giuseppe Verdi in 1857. World War II destroyed it, leaving only the neoclassical facade and some room.