Cine La Rampa
Calle 23 111,
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Architects: Gustavo Botet
Functions: Movies (First Run)
I believe this was originally built in 1955 as a bowling alley, as the building was originally known as Boleras Tony. It was later converted into a cafeteria, bar, offices and cinema. To achieve this the roof of the building was raised. It is located to the west of the city centre in the Vedado district on Calle 23 between O & P streets.
Access to the auditorium, which is on the first floor, is via a ramp, rather than by stairs and this section of Calle 23 is known as ‘La Rampa’. It is considered one of the best cinemas in Cuba for projection and sound quality. In the summer of 2015 it was announced that the Cine La Rampa would be equipped with digital projection. The Cine Yara and Cine Charlie Chaplin were the first Cuban cinemas to have digital projection in early-2015.
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