|Amsterdam: Rembrandt Theater (old)|
Country: Netherlands (Nederland)
Location: Rembrandtplein 21-23
Built 1902 by Evert Bremann and W. Molenbroek as a revue and operetta theatre. Named in honour of the Dutch painter, Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (1606-1669). Opened 16 Sep 1902 with a festive gala. From 1902 until 1919, primarily used for German and Viennese operettas, from 1914 also by Dutch operetta companies. Converted to a cinema in 1919, re-opened on 12 Sep 1919. Demolished in 1937 in favour of a new cinema building of the same name, see Amsterdam: Rembrandt Theater (new).
Picture: second building from the left: Rembrandt Theater|
Front Text: "Amsterdam, Rembrandt-Theater", inscription: "Rembrandt Theater"
Publisher: Dr. Trenkler Co., Leipzig. 1904. 23 933
Type: Undivided Back
Picture: second building from the right: Rembrandt Theater|
Front Text: "Rembrandtplein Amsterdam", inscription: "Rembrandt Theater"
Publisher: J. Sleding, Amsterdam
Type: Divided Back
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