Opened in 1921, the iconic Tuschinski Theatre in Amsterdam was the brainchild of Polish-Jewish immigrant Abraham Icek Tuschinski, who envisioned a luxurious and state-of-the-art cinema palace. Located near Rembrandt Square, Tuschinski's dream became a reality, combining elements of Art Deco, Art Nouveau, and the Amsterdam School to create a unique and opulent interior.
Designed by architect Hijman Louis de Jong, the theater's facade with its two towers is a striking blend of styles, adorned with intricate details that draw visitors in. Inside, the theater boasts a grand foyer with sumptuous furnishings, decorative murals, and an awe-inspiring main auditorium with close to 800 seats.
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