Tabora Cinema

Rue de Flandre 81,
Brussels 1000

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Tabora Cinema

Viewing: Photo | Street View

The Rue de Flandre was a very animated street with a lot of independent commerce, due to the proximity of Place Sainte Catherine and the March aux Poissons. Once a year there was a fancy fair held in the street.

The Cinema opened before World War I, and in 1922 it was named Cosmos Cinema, a name that expressed the modernity of that period.

It finally became the Tabora Cinema due to the famous battle. “Loving You” with Elvis Presley was shown here in 1958, and it closed one year later. In 1960, it was considered ‘closed for renovating’, but never reopened as a cinema anymore.

In 2010, the building was in use as a bicycle shop.

Contributed by bette andré
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