The Garnier Opera House is an absolute wonder to visit Paris. The building is extremely luxurious both in appearance and in interior. Every time we pass this intersection on sunny days, we can't help stopping to have a good look. The interior decoration is more gorgeous, even if you don't watch the performance, you must buy a ticket to visit. Paris Opera House originated from the imperial Royal family. As early as Napoleon's time, opera was sought after by the Royal family. Haydn and Beethoven were both guests of Napoleon. Moreover, Napoleon dreamed of building a beautiful opera house. It was not until more than half a century later that 171 architects participated in the project bidding that the opera house was truly planned. At that time, all submissions were submitted anonymously. The works were identified only by numbers and slogans. A bidding architect named Garnier won the bid with slogans "I am very enthusiastic and expect very little". Since its completion in 1875, there have been different curtain calls every night. Although the opera house can only accommodate 2,200 seats, it has the largest stage in the world. I watched a modern ballet with my friends. When I entered the opera house, I was shocked by the magnificent marble decoration and sculpture. The staff in black clothes surrounded you in twos and threes, and then I started dancing to take you in. I felt very lively and avant-garde. Half an hour before the formal performance was an experimental performance, with casual-clothes performers dancing in all corners of the opera house. Performing a total of four pieces of dance music, choreography, clothing and music are very avant-garde, changing my traditional impression of ballet. The last song is a modern music with a strong sense of rhythm. The crystal chandelier at the top of the Opera House flashes like the spotlight in club. Suddenly, an actor jumps up beside you in every box. When all my friends come to Paris, I strongly recommend the Garnier Opera House. It's better to have enough time to watch a performance. The sensory shock can never be described in words.
The Paris Opera House is a masterpiece of eclecticism architecture and an important monument of the Second Empire of France. Its facade imitates the late Italian Baroque style and incorporates tedious sculptures. It has a great influence on European architecture. In addition, op&233; RA restaurant is also known by many media as one of the most romantic restaurants in the world, op&233; RA restaurant is designed by French architect Odile decq, which is located inside the Paris Opera House. Glass walls surround the restaurant, isolating the new building from the original. The white structure is connected to the ground, creating an organic support structure. The restaurant is in the opera house. The design and decoration are also good.
Paris is a must-see attraction! Designed and constructed by renowned architect Charles Garnier by Napoleon III, this luxurious and bold architectural concept is both magnificent and practical, and is recognized as one of the most beautiful theatres in the world today. I think it is no exaggeration. The staircase of the entrance is shocking and can stand for a long time; the exhibition hall upstairs refers to the design of Versailles Palace Mirror Hall, and the Opera Avenue leading directly to the Louvre can also be seen on the balcony. It takes about two hours to visit slowly. There is a Chinese phonetic guide. If there happens to be a performance, I think it's more desirable to watch a performance in this situation. Entrance tickets are 11 euros and voice guides are 5 euros.
The Paris Opera House is suffocating in luxury. Through the reception hall, through the Tiya altar, the building ladder to the 30-meter-high luxury hall, every step, every handrail, every corridor pillar is colorful marble, everywhere gold foil ornaments are extremely luxurious, making the golden glorious, magnificent and other adjectives appear pale in front of her. When it's magnificent to the extreme, words are hard to describe. You can only stand there, open your mouth unconsciously and exclaim in your heart. Designer Charles Garnier's 1861 work, striving to publicize the splendor of the French Empire in the mid-nineteenth century, made viewers a hundred and fifty years later feel dismayed.
AMAZING! a must visit while in Paris, beautiful inside and out.
Shopping time was cut down and an hour went to the nearby Paris Opera House to buy tickets. I was told that the performance hall had recently been maintaining the luxurious interior of the newspaper. It was amazing to see all the rooms were ready to leave. My teammates suddenly stopped me and let me go over and see that two doors were temporarily opened for tourists to watch. Thank you very much. God, as soon as I entered the viewing stage, I was shocked. I felt so spectacular, so beautiful, and my scalp was numb. Did I ever see or act here in my previous life?
This should be the work unit of Mr. Commander in Hukou Escape. I don't know which box Mr. Painter blew up the fuse. In fact, the theatre is not big, probably because the theatre has perfect acoustic design, in the absence of microphones to ensure that every corner can hear. The most magnificent is the lounge. If the weather is good, I must listen to street artists'concerts at the entrance of the theatre. I don't understand music and I can feel their high level. I can also enjoy them on the balcony of the theatre.
The magnificent Paris Opera House claims to be more magnificent than the Palace of Versailles. The Paris Opera House has its own tours to reserve, but unfortunately we missed them. Experienced the ultimate art appreciation in the Paris Opera House. In each compartment, a special attendant opens the door with a small key, followed by a row of small houses with mirrors and hanging clothes. There are nine chairs in a small room. I felt like I was going to the theatre with those nobles in the 18th century when I picked up the telescope, just like in movies and TV. I was shocked by the huge red curtain in our little room. We watched the performance of the Ballet of the Paris Opera House. The piano accompaniment was Bach's "Gothenburg Variations". The performances of the performers were excellent. The rhythm of each step was in the beat of the music, which was enough to show their intentions and the feeling of fairies and princes. The performance started at 8:30 and lasted until 23:45, with two 20-minute breaks between the three performances.
Place de l Opera Paris Opera House, located in the downtown of Paris, France, is very close to Lao Fayette Department Store and can be accessible on foot. It can also take Metro Line 3/7/8 to get off Opera Station and walk for 3 minutes. The Paris Opera House is also called the Garnier Opera House. It is one of the typical buildings in Napoleon's period and the perfect model of Baroque architecture.