Amadeo's theatre was founded in Zagreb, Croatia, in 1797 and lasted until 1834. It was the first continuously operating theatre in Zagreb.
Amadeo's theatre was named after Anton Amade de Varkony, Hungarian count and notable county prefect of Zagreb. Amadeo's theatre was situated in the former Blatna (Mud) and Kazališna (Theatre) Street, which afterwards got the name Demetrova. The building in which it was situated is the present location of the Croatian Natural History Museum and, from 2000, the home of the Amadeo Theatre and Music Company.
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