‘Sempre di Domenica’, the second single from the album ‘unò-dué’ – ‘One-Two’ – is a song by the Roman singer-songwriter Daniele Silvestri. Silvestri got Ago Panini to make this videoclip, shot entirely in Piazza del Teatro Giuseppe Verdi in Trieste city centre, just a few steps away from Piazza dell’Unità d’Italia. On the square, which is a pedestrians only zone, overlooking one side is the Opera Theatre which was the first in Italy to be named after Giuseppe Verdi. The building started out as the Teatro Nuovo (the New Theatre) and is one of the oldest working opera houses. The theatre has been the symbol of the Italian cultural identity of the city, spreading the knowledge of Italian musical culture to adjoining territories which are of German and Slavic tradition, and it has also played a part in the cosmopolitanism of Trieste, raising public awareness about the works of Central European composers. In front of the theatre is the recently restored Palazzo Tergesteo. For over a century it was the symbol of the splendor of the city, and it hosts a covered gallery lined with shops that remind one of those in Paris.