Radio City Music Hall named 4th most beautiful theater in the world

Radio City Music Hall in New York ranked above 6 other theaters in the city to secure the 4th place of the most beautiful in the world. Radio City is known for hosting some of the most beloved programs in the world, like the Grammy and Tony Awards, the MTV Video Music Awards, and the NFL Draft.

The study was conducted by money.co.uk, they analyzed the number of Instagram posts by hashtag against the top 50 cinemas in the world.

Radio City Music Hall received a total of 260,751 Instagram posts according to the data. Radio City ranked among Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Royal Albert Hall in London and Paris

Palace garnish. It ranked above the Kabuki-za in Tokyo, the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, the Royal Opera House in London, La Scala in Milan and the Amazon Theater in Manaus. All in the respective order.

It’s no surprise at all to see the Sydney Opera House ranked number one. Its one-of-a-kind architecture is striking and unforgettable. He received a total of 957,765 Instagram messages.

Radio City received second place in another search by money.co.uk. Ranked just below Detroit’s Fox Theater, Radio City takes home silver for “world’s most expensive iconic theaters.” Calculated in pounds, the average cost to go to the music hall is £62.39.

Yet the data showed that another of New York’s theaters ranked at the top of “the world’s best-reviewed theaters.” Our Metropolitan Opera House received an overall rating of 4.89 out of 5.

The second and third places are the Minack Theater in Penzance and the Teatro de Cristóbal Colón in Bogotá.

Money.co.uk calculated these results using the popular applications Google LLC, Facebook from Meta Platforms, Inc., Yelp Inc. and Tripadvisor, Inc. to display the results of all the different studies of theaters around the world , money.co.uk done, please click here.

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