Teatro Colon

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Luigi's photograph of the Teatro Colon
Luigi's photograph of the Teatro Colon
“The Teatro Colon is considered one of the world's most beautiful opera houses. It is also famous for its wonderful acoustics, or sound system. It was built in 1908. The stage can hold six hundred performers and is longer than one city block! The theater is very fancy, with its huge chandeliers, red and gold box seats, and soft red upholstery. Besides opera, the Colon is home to the National Ballet and National Symphony companies.”
Pamphlet, Mario is Missing!

The Teatro Colón is a famous opera house located in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It appears as a landmark in all versions of Mario is Missing!, where it is spelt without a diacritic. In the game, Koopa Troopas steal one flute from the building, forcing it to shut down until Luigi tracks down the flute and returns it. Before the curator will give him the posted 1,710-dollar reward, however, he must prove the flute's authenticity by answering two of the following trivia questions:

  • Which group does not perform at the Colon?
    • Tango dancers
    • Ballet troupe
    • Opera company
  • When was the Teatro Colon built?
    • 1908
    • 1926
    • 600