La Scala, known as the "Temple of Opera," was built in 1778. Many of the great composers, including Rossini, Verdi, and Toscanini have written and conducted works here. For opera lovers, indulging in a live performance at La Scala is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. And if you know little about opera, the theatre is still a must-see for its architectural beauty and historical significance. There is also the La Scala Museum you can tour, which includes a look inside an opera box inside the theatre if a performance is not in session.
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