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The Kenilworth Museum and Roxy Cinema
Australia
Taking a wrong turn in Kenilworth is pretty hard to do because there are not many streets. :) If you head up the hill from the main street you might find the Roxy Cinema open to see some very old theatre gear operated as it was at the start of the 1900s. With views over the lush rolling fields to the homestead and bluff.
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