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Hvar Public Theater is on the second floor of the Arsenal, on the south side of St. Stephen's Square, near the harbor. It was built in 1612 and was open to citizens of all social status (!). This was unheard of at the time, making...More
They say is the oldest one in world, oldest in time of feudalism when normal people did not alowed to come to theatre. So this one is first to alowed normal people to come in. First public theatre.
This attractions is actually somehow closed... It is the oldest theathre in Europe and they just decided to close the doors and thats it. I checked photos before, it looked wonderful and I am so sad I didnt have a chance to see it from...More
Located on the second floor, the stairs up to the theater are above the tourist information office. It is on the end of the Pjaca, or Square, nearest to the" Riva" shore front promenade.
The banners advertise upcoming performances.