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This building has a long history, and is one most symbolic landmarks of the city. It was reconstructed after the old one burned in 1813, and it stands as a symbol of the modern, new San Sebastian. It was built in 1913-1914 as a cinema, pointing to the evolution of San Sebastian society and culture, as the region began abandoning the fishing industry (we cannot understand modern San Sebastian if we don't note its transformation during the 19th century).
Due to its abandoned state, it risks demolition, which would be a loss for the city. It is a piece of art, honouring the city's past and cultural growth.
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