12 rue Chernoviz,
Paris 75016

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Architects: Alfred Besnard, M. Hivert

Styles: Beaux-Arts

Previous Names: Victoria Hall Cinema, Alexandra Passy Palace

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Located in the west of the city. The Victoria Hall was opened in 1900 and soon became a cinema. It was redesigned in 1916 to the plans of architect Alfred Besnard and re-opened on 3rd March 1916 as the Alexandra Passy Palace. Seating was provided for 1,126 in orchestra and balcony levels. It was closed on 14th June 1940 when German troops occupied Paris.

In February 1949 it was remodelled to the plans of architect M. Hivert and re-opened as the Alexandra. It was closed and demolished in 1962. An apartment complex was built on the site.

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