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Cinema City Flora opened in the year 2003 and is located in the residential center of Prague, Vinohrady, in the popular shopping center Atrium Flora
Cinema City Slovanský dům is the only multiplex right in the center of Prague. It was opened in the year 2000 and thanks to its location it is the most popular cultural destination
A favorite of expats. cz, because films are shown in their original language versions, Czech films are mostly screened with English subtitles
One of the most significant Žižkov venues. Repertory cinema with a nice new bar where you can watch, drink or both at the same time
Cinema City Letňany opened in October 2002 and thus is the newest multiplex in Prague
About Kino Oko:
"A Film Festival Every Day" is the motto. Built in 1939, Oko is home to films not seen elsewhere in town, so it's a good idea to stay abreast of their program if you're a fan of older films and hard-to-find foreign films. Films are...
Cinema City Nový Smíchov opened in the year 2001 and is one of the most favorite cinemas in the whole of Czech Republic
Modern multiplex with high-end projection equipment is located in one of the biggest and most visited shopping malls in the Czech Republic
Our corporation Cinemart was found in 1992.
The company resides in its own building at the Prague's city center, Narodni 28 from where we operate all our activities focused mainly on distribution and exploitation of high-quality Czech, European and...
Kino Atlas was newly introduced to the public on June 1st, 2005. The audience can enjoy the movie in 1 of 2 air-conditioned theatres, a Velky Sal which seats 128 and offers Dolby Digital sound, and a Maly Sal which offers the sound system Dobly Stereo Sr
Cinema City Galaxie opened in the year 2001 as the first cinema in the Cinema City chain
The Cinestar network of multiplexes in the Czech Republic was founded in 2001
Ponrepo is the official cinema of the National Film Archive.
Admission charges for members of Ponrepo:
– CZK 50
– Students, senior citizens, people with disabilities: CZK 40
– Children under 15: CZK 20
Admission charges with one-day membership:...
Welcome to the world where film blends with reality. Welcome to the world of Imax Experience®.
We will take you to places that you could only imagine. You will see the world through the eyes of an old elephant living in Kenya. Dive into the undersea...
The single-hall Lucerna Cinema boasts a long-standing tradition as the first permanent cinema in Bohemia
Modřanský Biograf Cinema is in Modřany, Prague 4.
It's an old film house with a rich history, the program is generally the same as what the big theaters are showing, with films arriving just a little later. Tickets are 80 - 100 kc
Cinema run by Prague 16.
Check the program at http://www. mcpraha16. cz/Mestska-cast/Kultura-skolstvi-volny-cas/Kino-radotin-3d/area1526
Park Hostivař is about People, Entertainment and Fun.
One of the first modern multiplexes in Prague opened in September 2000, Park Hostivař has 8 screens. Park Hostivař is one of the leading innovators in the city, changing to fit the needs of its...
Kino Mat, located at Karlovo Namesti, is another of the small art houses supplied by the Cinemart distribution group that also supplies Aero, Evald, and Svetozor.
These cinemas have something else in common, too: they are all on the route of tram...
Kino Ořechovka, a traditional cinema at Prague 6 is currently under construction and will reopen soon
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