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Cinemas in Nuremberg

There is a lot on offer for cinema fans in Nuremberg: in addition to the Filmhaus Cinema, the art-house cinema with a more demanding programme, there is the cinema-cum-pub for all those left-over "children of 68", where you could always take your glass or red wine into the smoky cinema hall, but also the modern cinema palace with super-comfortable chairs and of course Germany's largest multiplex cinema, the Cinecitta.
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Admiral Filmpalast

The Admiral Filmpalast is a top location right in the middle of the pedestrian precinct.

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Casablanca

Casablanca

The Casablanca is definitely an institution: not just as a cinema, but also as a pub.

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Filmhaus Cinema

Filmhaus Cinema

The Filmhaus in the Artists' House (Künstlerhaus) is dedicated mainly to demanding film productions.

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Meisengeige

Meisengeige

The former bakery in 1970 became Nuremberg's first art-house cinema.

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Metropolis

Metropolis

The "Metropolis", one of Nuremberg's first art-house cinemas after the "Meisengeige".

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Cinecitta

Multiplex Cinema Cinecitta

The Cinecitta, Germany's largest multiplex cinema with 21 cinema halls.

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Rio Palast (Photo: Rio Palast)

Rio Palast

The "Rio-Palast" in Fürther Straße is one of the few remaining old-style cinemas in the outer city districts.

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Roxy Cinema

Roxy Cinema

In 1990, the Roxy Cinema became the first – and up until today, the only! – foreign language cinema.

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