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Cinema Odeon Firenze

59 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Laksmi
Laksmi
March 15, 2019
An Art Deco cinema playing original sound films. I love going to the cinema alone in my free time.
Gabriel & Tyler
Gabriel & Tyler
February 02, 2019
Movies in original language
Casa Ventura SRL Karin
Casa Ventura SRL Karin
November 28, 2018
All English speaking films
Stefano
Stefano
November 06, 2018
Original Lenguage Movies
Anna
Anna
September 26, 2018
Original language movies in a beautiful elegant 1920s cinema

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Location
Firenze, Toscana 50123
Phone+39 055 214068
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 4:00 PM
Credit Cards
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