18 Rue Abovyan,
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The Kino Moskva (Moscow Cinema) first opened in 1936 as a twin screen cinema. It was designed by architects T. Yerkanyanom and G. Kocharom. A single foyer served both screens, but in recent years this has been altered and modified, loosing much of its original decoration. Today a third screen has been added which seats 35. The two original screens seat 491 and 350. I have read that the cinema has 2 winter halls and a spacious summer hall, which leads me to believe it was originally an indoor auditorium with an open-air roof-top cinema.
It screens independent art house films and is part of the Europa Cinema group.
In front of the cinema are various metal statues made from junk parts, the work of Ara Alekian.
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