Seville – Montréal

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Vue du monde de Olivier Creurer, 2010

« The Seville Theatre was a movie theatre on Sainte-Catherine street West between rues Lambert-Closse and Chomedey in Montreal, Canada, in a district now known as Shaughnessy Village. After closing in 1985 the theatre was shuttered and remained abandoned for 25 years. It was demolished October 2010. Its interior had a Spanish theme (hence the name ’Seville’) with its ceiling painted to resemble a night sky with sparkling stars. There was an additional mechanism in place that could be turned on to give the appearance of clouds moving across the sky. » (en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Seville_Theatre)

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