Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber.   Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier,  Everything from grand marble entrance to the foyer reminiscent of Versailles's Hall of Mirrors to the wine and gold theater itself speaks of opulence and a grand, bygone era.

Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier, Everything from grand marble entrance to the foyer reminiscent of Versailles's Hall of Mirrors to the wine and gold theater itself speaks of opulence and a grand, bygone era.

Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber.   Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier,  Everything from grand marble entrance to the foyer reminiscent of Versailles's Hall of Mirrors to the wine and gold theater itself speaks of opulence and a grand, bygone era.

Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier, Everything from grand marble entrance to the foyer reminiscent of Versailles's Hall of Mirrors to the wine and gold theater itself speaks of opulence and a grand, bygone era.

Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber.   Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier,  Everything from grand marble entrance to the foyer reminiscent of Versailles's Hall of Mirrors to the wine and gold theater itself speaks of opulence and a grand, bygone era.

Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier, Everything from grand marble entrance to the foyer reminiscent of Versailles's Hall of Mirrors to the wine and gold theater itself speaks of opulence and a grand, bygone era.

Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber.   Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier,  Everything from grand marble entrance to the foyer reminiscent of Versailles's Hall of Mirrors to the wine and gold theater itself speaks of opulence and a grand, bygone era. Marc Chagall's ceiling

Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier, Everything from grand marble entrance to the foyer reminiscent of Versailles's Hall of Mirrors to the wine and gold theater itself speaks of opulence and a grand, bygone era. Marc Chagall's ceiling

Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber.  (There is a lagoon below the opera house but it looks quite dreadful.)  Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier, who famously appeased the Empress Eugenie by stating that the style of the opera house was "Emperor Napoleon III", after her…

Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. (There is a lagoon below the opera house but it looks quite dreadful.) Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier, who famously appeased the Empress Eugenie by stating that the style of the opera house was "Emperor Napoleon III", after her…

Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber.  (There is a lagoon below the opera house but it looks quite dreadful.)  Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier, who famously appeased the Empress Eugenie by stating that the style of the opera house was "Emperor Napoleon III", after her…

Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. (There is a lagoon below the opera house but it looks quite dreadful.) Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier, who famously appeased the Empress Eugenie by stating that the style of the opera house was "Emperor Napoleon III", after her…

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Review & Tips if you're going to see the play - Palace Theater in London

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Review & Tips if you're going to see the play - Palace Theater in London

Following Dracula's footsteps in Transylvania, Romania. Sighișoara  Although he lived in the 1400s, the house in which Vlad Tepes was born is still standing. The picturesque town of Sighișoara is worthy of a day trip, with some charming non-Dracula related sites, such as a clock tower.    In the center square of Sighișoara is a bust dedicated to its most famous son.

Following Dracula's footsteps in Transylvania, Romania. Sighișoara Although he lived in the 1400s, the house in which Vlad Tepes was born is still standing. The picturesque town of Sighișoara is worthy of a day trip, with some charming non-Dracula related sites, such as a clock tower. In the center square of Sighișoara is a bust dedicated to its most famous son.

Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber.   Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier,  Everything from grand marble entrance to the foyer reminiscent of Versailles's Hall of Mirrors to the wine and gold theater itself speaks of opulence and a grand, bygone era. Marc Chagall's ceiling

Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier, Everything from grand marble entrance to the foyer reminiscent of Versailles's Hall of Mirrors to the wine and gold theater itself speaks of opulence and a grand, bygone era. Marc Chagall's ceiling

Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber.  Box no. 5 is reserved for the Opera Ghost. Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier,

Unquestionably, the Opera Garnier is the most famous opera house in the world (and in my opinion, the most beautiful), primarily owing to the popularity of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Box no. 5 is reserved for the Opera Ghost. Finished in 1875, it was designed by Charles Garnier,

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