Nairi Cinema

Nairi Cinema
Nairi Cinema
Location Mashtots Avenue
Yerevan, Armenia
Type Indoor theatre
Seating type Reserved
Website
http://nairicinema.am/

The Nairi Cinema (Armenian: Նաիրի կինոթատրոն (Nairi kinot'atron)) is the second-largest cinema hall in the Armenian capital of Yerevan, located on the intersection of Mashtots Avenue with the Avetik Isahakyan street at the central Kentron district. [1] Opened in 1920, Nairi Cinema is the oldest movie theatre in Yerevan. The original building was located on Amiryan street until the 1950s when it was moved to the current building on Mahstots Avenue.

The current building of the cinema was built between 1952 and 1954 and consists of two halls.

References

  1. ^ Nairi Cinema


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