Alhambra Theatre (El Paso, Texas)

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Palace Theatre
The face of the Alhambra Theatre
Photo of the Alhambra Theatre taken as part of the Historic American Buildings Survey
Located in Texas, very close to the point where the borders of Texas, New Mexico and Mexico meet
Located in Texas, very close to the point where the borders of Texas, New Mexico and Mexico meet
Palace Theatre
Located in Texas, very close to the point where the borders of Texas, New Mexico and Mexico meet
Located in Texas, very close to the point where the borders of Texas, New Mexico and Mexico meet
Palace Theatre
Location 209 S. El Paso St.,
El Paso, Texas
Coordinates 31°45′25″N 106°29′19″W / 31.75694°N 106.48861°W / 31.75694; -106.48861Coordinates: 31°45′25″N 106°29′19″W / 31.75694°N 106.48861°W / 31.75694; -106.48861
Area less than one acre
Built 1914 (1914)
Architect Trost & Trost
Architectural style Spanish Colonial Revival
MPS Commercial Structures of El Paso by Henry C. Trost TR
NRHP reference # 80004109[1]
Added to NRHP September 24, 1980

The Alhambra Theatre, also known as the Palace Theatre, is a building in El Paso, Texas. The building was designed by architect Henry C. Trost. The theatre opened on August 1, 1914. It is an example of Moorish Revival architecture.

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  1. ^ National Park Service (2010-07-09). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.