The Opéra Bastille is a modern opera house Inaugurated in 1989. It became the main facility of the Paris National Opera, while Palais Garnier presents a mix of opera and ballet performances. Designed by Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott.
One of the best acoustic of the world. The main amphitheater will impressed you. It worths it both for classical as well as modern performance.
Bastille Opera House) is a modern opera house in Paris, France. Inaugurated in 1989 as part of President François Mitterrand’s “Grands Travaux”, it became the main facility of the Paris National Opera, France's principal opera company, alongside the older Palais Garnier; most opera performances are…
The modern architecture of the Opéra Bastille cuts an imposing figure on the Place de la Bastille at the 11th arrondissement’s southwest corner. Inaugurated just over 25 years ago in 1989, the opera house was created to showcase popular, modern works. Nowadays, the Opéra Bastille boasts a varied…
The second most important Opera place in Paris, it is a modern building founded in 1989, having also Opera/Ballets/ Symphony Concerts.
“it's a charming and historic site, with beautiful trees 豊かな植生、木々に囲まれ、歴史のある、魅力ある庭園です”
“Farmer’s market open everyday except Monday’s. Ends at 1pm. Very local. I prefer the Bastille farmers market but this one is also nice if the other market is closed. ”
“Just another impressive architectural demonstration of Henri IV era. A must see.”
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“If you want to see Paris from above, that's where you want to go :) I'm lucky to live very close by to the Coulée Verte. It's "our" Highline (yes, much different from the one in New York, but still a Highline!). I won't say much, except that it's a must-do if you like to walk, and want to escape from the noise of Paris' ground 0.”
“The Musée Picasso is an art gallery of the Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. The museum includes more than 5000 of masterpieces (paintings, sculptures, drawings, ceramics, prints, engravings and notebooks) including different stages and periods of life.”