Highlights: Opera Roma is one of the three major opera houses in Italy and has a variety of performances throughout the year. The predecessor of the Opera House was the Theater of Costaza, which opened in 1880. After several changes of name and reconstruction, the Roman Opera House can accommodate nearly 1,600 spectators in total. Among the many famous opera houses in Europe, the Rome Opera House in Italy has a relatively short history. However, the history of opera in the historic city of Rome, and its role in promoting opera, is well known. Because Italy is the birthplace of opera, as the capital of Italy, opera is particularly eye-catching. It has been well developed like other types of arts, and has created scenes of performances that pursue gorgeousness. Dance and chorus are often added to opera performances. , the stage set also strives for the grandeur of the so-called "Romanesque" opera. Therefore, Rome Opera House has a special status and influence in the world opera circle.