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Commissioned by the Bourbon King Charles III of Naples (Carlo III in Italian), Charles wanted to endow Naples with a new and larger theatre to replace the old, dilapidated, and too-small Teatro San Bartolomeo of 1621, which had served the city well, especially after Scarlatti had moved there in 1682 and had begun to create an important opera centre which existed well into the 1700s. (Wikipedia)

Wikipedia Teatro_di_San_Carlo
Address Via San Carlo, 98, 80132 Napoli , Naples, Italy
Opening year 1737
Official website https://www.teatrosancarlo.it/it/