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Shichikencho Movie street ruins in Shizuoka City.
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七間町映画街は、全国的にも珍しい映画館の集中した区画だったが、2011年10月2日をもって静活系の三館が閉館となり、その後その三館は解体された。「オリオン座・有楽座」の建築は壁面のジュルジュ・スーラ原画によるタイル壁画が特徴的で、このタイル画の保存の声も強かったのだが、現在は一部分(2m×2m)が跡地にモニュメントとして残されている。

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