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Here is a list of theater that you must visit once in a lifetime if you are a true movie lover. As viewing movies on such large screen is itself an experience that deserves to unfold.
1. Hyderabad Prasad Large Screen
The first green theatre in India that was inaugurated on 16 May 2011. It has the worlds largest 3D Imax Screen. Its centrally air-conditioned multiplex having an area of 2,35,000 sq ft. It has a six-screen multiplex, food court, multinational fast food outlets, a gaming zone and a shopping mall covering two levels.
2. Colosseum Kino In Oslo, Norway
Colosseum Kino is one of the largest movie theatre in Northern Europe. It’s a dome-shaped structure that gives a good sound. That makes it worth going rather than just watching a movie alone at home. It looks striking to eyes and is famous for its looks around the world.
3. Nitehawk Cinema In Brooklyn, New York
Nitehawk Cinema In Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood stands gracefully. It offers an amazing blend of art house and classic touch building. This theater has a luxury seating that offers food as well as drinks as well as food and drink catering the movies.
4. Sun Pictures in Broome, Western Australia
Sun Pictures was built in 1913 and is the world’s longest-running outdoor movie theater. It began showing silent movies and is popularly known as “picture garden” that plays multiple movies in one shot.
5. Raj Mandir Cinema In Jaipur
Raj Mandir Cinema was opened in 1976 and is designed in an artistic manner having Moderne Art style design rarely seen today. It is also called as the “Pride of Asia” that looks like a place not like a multiplex.
6. Cine Thisio in Athens, Greece
Its an outdoor theater offering a beautiful view that will make you sit outside. Its neighboring Acropolis and the Parthenon are sight-stealing. The Acropolis of Athens is an ancient castle located on a rocky surface that reminds of the history and its significance.
7. New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles, California
The New Beverly Cinema isn’t particularly striking from the outside, but what makes it special is that it’s owned by Quentin Tarantino. The director (“Pulp Fiction,” “Django Unchained”) and noted cinephile purchased it in 2010, and brought his eclectic taste to the theater’s programming. It’s a paradise for film fans everywhere.
8. Cine-de Chef in Kathmandu, Nepal
Cine-de Chef is a Nepalese theater popular for its dinner and movie. As it has raised the bar of dining and movie to an extremely new level. This restaurant has a gourmet chef. The tickets aren’t cheap, but is an affordable for a reclining giant chair made up of leather, located in Seoul, South Korea.