Via Nosadella, 51,
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Originally opened in the 1800’s as the Teatro Nazionale presenting variety shows. In 1929 it became the Cinema Sordomuti. It seems to have been associated with the Istituto Gualandi per Sordomuti e Sordomute, an institute for the deaf, founded in the 19th Century. The film programs, for which flyers exist, were family-oriented. The building still stands today, use unknown.
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