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Rembrandtplein Area, Amsterdam: 30 reviews and 48 photos


If you like Art Deco, then this is the place to go. Tuschinski had fled Poland and wanted to emigrate to the US but halfway stayed in The Netherlands.

At first he opened four cinema's in Rotterdam and then planned to build a cinematographic palace in the capital. The architect Hijman Louis de Jong designed what was called a mondial theatre palace.
Tuschinski opened its doors in October 1921.

In the period 1998-2002 it has been completely renovated and, including modern annexes, includes 19 cinema theatres with a total of 4000 seats.

Address: Regulierbreestraat
Website: http://rembrandtplein.com

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  • Written Feb 25, 2003
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