Romuva Cinema

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Romuva Cinema
Romuvos kino teatras
Romuva Cinema logo.png
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General information
StatusOperational
TypeMovie theater
Architectural styleArt Deco,[1] Functionalism / Modernism
LocationKaunas, Lithuania
AddressLaisvės alėja 54
Coordinates54°53′52″N 23°54′56″E / 54.897747°N 23.915646°E / 54.897747; 23.915646Coordinates: 54°53′52″N 23°54′56″E / 54.897747°N 23.915646°E / 54.897747; 23.915646
GroundbreakingFebruary 3, 1939
CompletedApril 13, 1940
Renovated2008
Cost200 000 litas
Technical details
MaterialMasonry (brick), Ferroconcrete
Design and construction
ArchitectNikolajus Mačiulskis
Website
www.kcromuva.lt

Romuva Cinema (Lithuanian: Romuvos kino teatras) is the oldest still operational movie theater in Lithuania.[2] The building was designed by the architect Nikolajus Mačiulskis and was completed on April 13, 1940.[3] In 2015, the building was one of 44 objects in Kaunas to receive the European Heritage Label.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bryant, Jon (8 September 2016). "10 of the best European cities for art deco design". The Guardian.
  2. ^ "Duris vėl atveria seniausias Lietuvoje "Romuvos" kino teatras". DELFI. Retrieved 1 October 2009.
  3. ^ "Kino teatras "Romuva" Kaune". Architektūros ir urbanistikos tyrimų centras. Retrieved 23 November 2017.
  4. ^ "KAUNAS WAS AWARDED A EUROPEAN HERITAGE LABEL". visit.kaunas.lt. Retrieved 8 November 2017.