Auditorio Nacional

Auditorio Nacional

The spectacular building, remodeled in the ‘80s by Teodoro González de León and Abraham Zabludovsky, has hosted countless of the city’s biggest shows, from Elton John to the Mariinsky Theater Ballet. The 10,000-seat venue is also home to the Monumental Organ, which is played in very special performances and can adapt to all kinds of music, from religious to rock.

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