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Opéra appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):

  • We name opera, rare poem, anew.
  • A rep on a task can see snacks at an opera.
  • Are ponies’ units I list in use in opera?
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  1. Opéra is a station of the Paris Métro, named after the nearby Opera Garnier, built by the architect Charles Garnier. It is located at the end of the Avenue de l'Opera, one of the accesses being opposite the Opera, and serves the district of the Boulevard Haussmann. Three Métro lines cross each other at one point, known as a "well".
    • also known as Opera
  2. Opéra a.k.a. Ópera is a station on Line 2, Line 5 and Ramal of the Madrid Metro. It is located in fare Zone A, in the Plaza de Isabel II, in the central district of Madrid. The station provides access to an area with tourist landmarks such as Teatro Real, Plaza de Oriente and the Royal Palace. Its name comes from nearby Madrid opera house, the Teatro Real.
  3. Opéra a.k.a. Opera is a station of the yellow M1 line of the Budapest Metro, in front of the Hungarian State Opera House.
    • also known as 歌剧院站
  4. Opéra a.k.a. OPERA is an Aviation waypoint.

There are other places with Opéra in their name, like Opéra de Nice, avenue de l'opéra.


Opéra a.k.a. Opera is a musical group.


  1. "Opéra" a.k.a. "Opera", written by Buğra Uğur and Aysel Gürel, was the song performed by Çetin Alp & The Short Waves that represented Turkey at the Eurovision Song Contest 1983.
  2. "Opéra" a.k.a. "Opera" is the third official Japanese single of South Korean boy band Super Junior, released on 9 May 2012 by Avex Trax. It was originally released in Korean as part of their fifth Korean studio album, Mr. Simple on 3 August 2011. This single set a new record as the most singles sold by a Korean artist in a week.
  3. "Opéra" a.k.a. "Opera" is a 2012 compilation album by Andrea Bocelli.
    • genre: Opera
    • released on
  4. "Opéra" a.k.a. "Ópera": Todmobile's third studio album, Ópera released in 1991.
    • also known as Opera
    • released in (24 years ago)
  5. "Opéra" a.k.a. "Opera" is the first album of Richard Dorfmeister and Rupert Huber's electronic music project Tosca. It combines new material and previously released singles, including "Chocolate Elvis". "Irresistibly funky", "the blues, and the thick sultry bass, makes it as sexy and melancholy as cigarette smoke after a one-night stand in a strange city". It is "one of the few sure things in a modest genre".
    • also known as Opera (Tosca album)
    • genres: Downtempo, Trip hop
    • released on (17 years ago)
  6. "Opéra" a.k.a. "Opera" is a musical album of Tape.
    • also known as Opera Plus
    • released in (12 years ago)
  7. "Opéra" a.k.a. "Opera" is the 2012 single album by Super Junior.
    • released on
  8. "Opéra" a.k.a. "Opera" is a musical album of César.
    • released on
  9. "Opéra" a.k.a. "Opera" is a musical album of Flavio Boltro & Danilo Rea.
    • released on
  10. "Opéra" a.k.a. "Opera" is a musical single of Andrew Rayel.
    • released on
  11. "Opéra" a.k.a. "Opera" is a composition.
  12. "Opéra" a.k.a. "Opera" is a musical single of Cass & Slide.
    • released on (14 years ago)
  13. "Opéra" a.k.a. "OPERA?" is a musical album of Hajime Mizoguchi.
    • released on (8 years ago)


"Opéra" a.k.a. "Opera", also known as Terror at the Opera, is a 1987 Italian giallo horror film written and directed by Dario Argento and starring Cristina Marsillach, Urbano Barberini and Ian Charleson. The film's score was composed by Brian Eno and Claudio Simonetti. The film was released in the United States under the title Terror at the Opera. The film was one of Argento's most commercially successful films, seeing 1,363,912 ticket sales in his native country of Italy.


  1. Opéra a.k.a. Opera is a web browser developed by Opera Software. The latest version is available for Microsoft Windows, OS X, and Linux operating systems, and uses the Blink layout engine. An earlier version using the Presto layout engine is still supported, and additionally runs on FreeBSD systems. Editions of Opera are available for devices running the Android, iOS, Symbian, Maemo, Bada, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile operating systems, and for Java ME capable devices.
    • also known as โอเปร่า (เว็บเบราว์เซอร์), MultiTorg Opera
    • developer: Opera Software
    • genres: Web browser, News aggregator
    • license: Freeware, Open source, Proprietary software
    • released in (19 years ago)
    • official website:
  2. Opéra a.k.a. The Paris Opera is the primary opera company of France. It was founded in 1669 by Louis XIV as the Académie d'Opéra, and shortly thereafter was placed under the leadership of Jean-Baptiste Lully and officially renamed the Académie Royale de Musique, but continued to be known more simply as the Opéra. Classical ballet as we know it today arose within the Paris Opera as the Paris Opera Ballet and has remained an integral and important part of the company. Currently called the Opéra National de Paris, it mainly produces operas at its modern 2700-seat theatre Opéra Bastille which opened in 1989, and ballets and some classical operas at the older 1970-seat Palais Garnier which opened in 1875. Small scale and contemporary works are also staged in the 500-seat Amphitheatre under the Opéra Bastille.
  3. Opéra a.k.a. Opera is a monthly British magazine devoted to covering all things related to opera. Based in London, the magazine was founded in 1950 by George Lascelles, 7th Earl of Harewood. It was launched at the house of Richard Buckle, under the imprint 'Ballet Publications Ltd'. The magazine contains reviews and articles about current opera productions internationally, as well as articles on opera recordings, opera singers, opera companies, opera directors, and opera books.
  4. Opéra a.k.a. Opera is a term commonly used in Tuscany ) to describe the Fabrica ecclesiae foundations. The general term in use in Italy is Fabbriceria, but local entities use Opera, instead, or Fabbrica or Cappella or Maramma, depending on the Region.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Opéra

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Google previewTime Out Paris (2012)

by Editors of Time Out

The Péniche Opéra is an enterprising, barge-based company that produces chamber-scale shows and concerts, directed by the indefatigable Mireille ...

Google previewListening in Paris (1995)

A Cultural History by James H. Johnson

"The Opéra is an enchanted journey," wrote Charles Dufresny in a guide to Parisian ...

Google previewParis Nights: And Other Impressions of Places and People (2017)

by Arnold Bennett

Nevertheless the Opéra is a beautiful and impressive sight in the late, warm dusk of June. Against the deep purple sky the monument stands up like a mountain; and through its innumerable windows—holes in the floor of heaven—can be ...

Google previewFodor's France 2015 (2014)

by Fodor's Travel Guides

Jardinsde l'Opéra. FRENCH | Stéphane Tournié's elegant restaurant next to the Grand Hôtel de l'Opéra is a perennial favorite. Intimate rooms.

Google previewThe Diva and Doctor God (2010)

Letters from Sarah Bernhardt to Doctor Samuel Pozzi by Caroline De Costa

Opéra is a riot of richly colored marble, molded nymphs, and golden cherubim —the lot overhung by a monstrous glittering chandelier weighing more than six tons (from which, in 1906, one of the counterweights fell, killing a spectator and ...

Google previewCentury Illustrated Monthly Magazine ... (1900)

The ballets themselves are an essential part of the performance, for the Opéra is a school of dancing as well as a school of music. They are great illustrative.

Google previewThe Century (1900)

The ballets themselves are an essential part of the performance, for the Opéra is a school of dancing as well as a school of music. They are great illustrative.

Google previewThe Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1900)

The ballets themselves are an essential part of the performance, for the Opéra is a school of dancing as well as a school of music. They are great illustrative.

Google previewFodor's France 2016 (2015)

by Fodor's Travel Publications, Inc. Staff, Lyn Parry

'Opéra is a perennial favorite. Intimate rooms and a covered terrace around a little pond give it an undeniable allure, though some may find the grand flourishes—glass ceilings and mammoth chandeliers—a little too, well, operatic. Inspired ...

Google previewT.P.'s Weekly (1904)

Just as the “grand” Opéra is a disgrace to the most elegant of capitals, so .the . Opéra Comique is the supreme jewel in its crown. Paris has other notably artistic theatres, such as . Antoine's... the Renaissance, and the Comédie Francaise; but ...

Google previewUniversity Musical Encyclopedia: University dictionary of music and musicians (1910)

Opéra Bouffe. Fr. Comic opera. Opera Buffa. It. Comic opera. Opéra, Comique. Fr. pera in which the dialogue is spoken, not sung, whether the subject be tragic or comic. Opéra Comique is the name of the fine Paris theatre erected 1898 for the ...

Google previewA Dictionary for the Modern Singer (2014)

by Matthew Hoch

See also aria, arietta, arioso, cabaletta, cantabile, cavatina, comédie-ballet, da capo aria, dramma giocoso, ensemble, ensemble finale, folk opera, grand opéra, ground bass aria, leitmotif, monody, number opera, opéra bouffe, opera buffa, ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Popular Music (2017)

by Norman Abjorensen

Opéra comique is a musical genre that originated in Paris in the early 18th century, with humorous and satirical plays performed at the theaters of the...

The phrase opéra comique en vaudevilles was often applied to these early stage works.

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Quotes about Opéra

I was interested in opera and it seemed to me that the only possible theatre for contemporary opera would be television. So I started working towards a kind of television kind of opera. (Robert Ashley)
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