Cine Odeon

Esmeralda 367,
Buenos Aires 1035

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Architects: Fernando Moog

Styles: Beaux-Arts

Previous Names: Teatro Odeon

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Cine Odeon

A superb building erected at the end of the 1800’s. The Teatro Odeon was opened in 1896.

It was closed in 1980 and demolished a few years later. The site became a parking lot and was not developed until 2016. No doubt one of the crimes of the century for Buenos Aires architecture.

Contributed by Ricardo Watson

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Bocio on April 16, 2012 at 1:31 am

It was built by Don Emilio Bieckert in the end of the 19th century. In July 1896, it hosted the first ever film screening in Argentina.

The building host not only a cinema but also the alojaba the Royal Hotel (propiedad de L. Schaefer) and a restaurant in the corner, the Royal Keller.

Bocio on April 18, 2012 at 4:40 am

On July 18 1896 in this place were screened for the first time in Buenos Aires the Lumiere films, just a few months after the Paris opening.

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