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The Amintore Galli Theater construction in Rimini began in 1843. The opening ceremony was in 1857 which was done along with Giuseppe Verdi’s opera, ‘Aroldo’. This is a beautiful theater which is named honoring the Italian composer, Amintore Galli, who used to run the theater in 1864 and 1865. During the World War II, this theater was severely damaged. This monumental theater is designed in neoclassical façade of Teatro Amintore Galli and the ‘Hall Ressi’, both renovated in 1972.