Moskva Theatre

Prospekt Pobeditelej 13,
Minsk

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Located close to the Metro station Nemniga. The Moskve Theatre was opened on 19th September 1980. It was the first widescreen cinema in Belarus. It was designed by architects Victor Kramarenko, Vladimir Shcherbina & Mikail Vinogradov. Screen 1 has 1,70-seats and screen 2 has 260-seats.

The foyer housed an exhibition hall, and a lecture hall with 120-seats which was also intended to be used for showing short films. Also in the building is the Minsk Theatre Studio of a film actor designed with 260-seats. There is also a billiard room, a bar and evening discotheques.

Contributed by Ken Roe, Kinospoter
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