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the city of cinema

CineRoma, a title that winks at the cineroma standard regarding the use of panoramic screens, is a blast from the past, where famous films have taken shape and life: Cinecittà. A majestic work inaugurated in 1937 in the south-east part of Rome to give impetus to the nascent Italian film industry still far from the American and German glories, it has been the home of about 3,000 films, 90 of which have received an Oscar nomination. The last photo-collage is a tribute to the genius of Federico Fellini who considered Cinecittà his most loved hotel.

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