Tuschinski Cinema (Tuchinski Theater)

Interesting
Formerly a theatre, this 1921 building by H.L. De Long is named after the man who commissioned it: Abraham Tuschinski, who died at Auschwitz. Today the theatre has been changed into a cinema, but whatever film is showing; the Art Deco auditorium (Tuschinski 1) is worth it. Marlène Dietrich and Édith Piaf appeared here. The very expressive facade, and the carpet in the foyer are also remarkable.

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Reguliersbreestraat 26-34

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