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12:43, November 18

YEREVAN. – A movie center, with six separate cinema halls, official opened Sunday at Dalma Garden Mall in Armenia’s capital city Yerevan.


The movie center is the 21st in Russia’s leading Cinema Star network.     

A total of 5,000 square meters are allocated on the second floor of the mall for movie and bowling lovers, alike, as well as a luxurious entertainment area for games.

The journalists were invited to the event, and they witnessed Armenian First Lady Rita Sargsyan’s attendance to the official opening and listened to the orchestra performing the scores of several well-known films.  


To note, Cinema Star collaborates with world-renowned film companies such as Disney, Fox, and Paramount Pictures. 

The movies and cartoons in Yerevan’s new cinema theater will be screened in their original language and with Russian-language translations. In addition, festival films will be shown and, subsequently, sports tournaments will be broadcast live at the theater.    

The proceeds from the ticket sales for the screenings between Monday and November 25 will be given to charity.

Photo by Arsen Sargsyan/NEWS.am STYLE


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