Vanves Palace

53 Rue Raymond-Losserand,
Paris 75014

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Located in the south of the city on what was originally named Rue de Vanves (name changed in 1945). The Pathe Vanves was opened on 23rd January 1908. The single storey façade was decorated with a series of swags, and had a central emblem feature of a cockerel (the trade-mark of Pathe). Inside the auditorium seating was provided in orchestra and balcony levels.

The Pathe Vanves was later re-named Vanves Palace, and was still open in 1955. It had closed by 1965.

Today the façade has been covered with metal sheeting, and the building operates as a supermarket.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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