Cinematografo Teatro Romano

Piazza Castello 9,
Turin 10124

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The Cinema Romano or ‘Teatro Cinema Nuovo Romano’ is located in the left corner of the elegant Galleria Subalpina in the centre of Turin (Torino), Italy. The Subalpina Gallery, built in 1874 by architect Pietro Carrera, is an arcade that connects Piazza Castello with Piazza Carlo Alberto.

The Cinema Nouvo Romano was screening films in 1898. It was designed by architect A. Donisotti. It is very accessible thanks to its central position. In recent years it has been converted into a triple-screen cinema, with seating for 111, 140 and 210. It shows all kinds of successful films on first release, and therefore there are often queues here. Luckily the Galleria offers shelter from the cold and rain. The seats are comfortable and well set out, although sometimes the heating can be a bit excessive.

Contributed by Bob of Holland

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TruusBobJanToo on June 7, 2009 at 1:54 pm

For pictures of the entrance of the Galleria Subalpina and the Cinema Romano click here and here.

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