Leopold Palace Cinema

Jachtlaan 13-15,
Brussels 1040

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Architects: Jean Finne

Functions: Retail

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Leopold Palace Cinema

Located in the Etterbeck district of Brussels on the Avenue de la Chasse (today known as Jachtlaan). The Leopold Palace Cinema is incorporated into a typical Brussels apartment block. It opened in 1924 and had seating in stalls and circle areas.

The cinema closed in 1974, and after remaining empty for a while, it was seen during the Cinema Theatre Association(UK) visit to Brussels cinemas and theatres in September 1995, in use as an S.A. Nobel hardware store.

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Roloff on September 8, 2008 at 7:10 am

The architect who worked on it is Jean Finné, and it was built in 1924. Just a couple of buildings down from the Leopold Palace was another cinema (on numbers 3-7), and this was built in 1921, designed by Robert Allard, according to this website: View link which has an inverntory of Brussels' built heritage.

Herlinda on December 2, 2015 at 10:43 am

One small detail : today known as Jachtlaan : it has always been Jachtlaan in Dutch, Avenue de la Chasse in French. This is a translation.

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