Mir Kino Theatre
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The Mir Kino Theatre is located in Moscow, Russia. It was built in 1958 for the screening of films shot in the Soviet three-film Kinopanorama wide screen format. Vast is my Native Land, also known as Great is my Country, the first Kinopanorama film, premiered there on February 28, 1958. The original design of the theatre featured a ninety-degree concave screen, which at the time was one of the largest anywhere 101.7 feet (31.0 m) wide by 37.7 feet (11.5 m) high). The cinema seated 1,226 patrons. The nine-channel stereophonic sound system employed 120 speakers scattered throughout the cinema. The cinema presently screens regular first-run films.
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