Theatro D. Pedro II

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The Teatro D. Pedro II was a theatre in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The theatre was inaugurated in 1871, and received the name of Teatro Imperial D. Pedro II in 1875.

In 1890, after the proclamation of the Republic of Brazil, the theatre was renamed Teatro Lyrico. The building was demolished in 1934.


  • Some of the information in this article is taken from the related Portuguese Wikipedia article.

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