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Cinema Trevi - National Film Archive

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Federico Eugenio
Federico Eugenio
August 22, 2018
Stage necessary for the cinemators. This very economic cinema is the Italian national film library and often offers films of all ages in the original language. Even more than cinema d'essay, a repertoire without borders.

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Location
25 Vicolo del Puttarello
Roma, Roma 187
Phone06 678 1206