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Ruben Dario National Theatre (Teatro Nacional Ruben Dario)

Nicaragua’s national theater is named after its most famous poet, the father of Modernismo, Rubén Darío. Built in 1969, the Rubén Darío National Theatre is one of the only major buildings in Managua that survived the capital’s devastating 1972 earthquake. Today, the celebrated theater hosts regular performances which range from folklore dances by the national ballet company, to the Miss Nicaragua competition.

Based in Managua’s historic center by the shores of Lake Managua, the Teatro Nacional Rubén Darío was inspired by the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C. You can see the theater’s similarities in its clean and modern design.

Inside, the theater is a grand homage to chandeliers and velvet; a beautiful space where you can dress up for a night out with Nicaragua’s crème de la crème. In the main theater, which fits 1,200, you may even see the president enjoying a performance from the presidential balcony.

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