Teresa de Mier 290,
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The Cine Nacional opened on 11th August 1949. It had a narrow entrance, which was dwarfed by a huge vertical name sign. Through the entrance there was a covered arcade, which led to the auditorium. Inside the auditorium, there was seating provided in orchestra and balcony levels. The side-walls had slender columns which seemed to support the ceiling (but didn’t), and in the spaces between the columns sat slender pyramid shaped sculptures, which were backlit.
In the late-1970’s, the Cine Nacional was divided into a 3-screen cinema. The building stands today, but its current usage is unknown.
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