224 Maple Avenue E,
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Architects: Michael Papamichel
The Vienna Theatre is the only cinema to date to have inhabited this quaint little suburb of Washington, DC. This rather plain cinema was opened by Broumas Theatres (which evolved into K-B Theatres) on April 21, 1964 with the 3-hour epic movie “The Cardinal”. I became a twin in 1984 and closed in 1987. The interior of the building has since been completely gutted and converted into a bicycle retail store.
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