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In the district of Paupys in Vilnius Old Town, a new cinema will open doors. The first movies in cinema “Pasaka” will be screened at the beginning of next year, news agency ELTA informs.

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Cinema lovers will be invited to watch movies in 430 sq. m building. It is planned that the new cinema will be able to host up to 200 people.

Also, conferences will be held in the building.

First cinema “Pasaka” in Vilnius (Sv. Ignotas street) was opened in 2009.

The head of “Pasaka" Andre Balzekiene says that new cinema in Paupys will continue showing quality movies.

Cinema “Pasaka” is a member of the network “Europa Cinemas” that supports European movie makers and films.

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