8 Aesthetically Awesome Abandoned Theaters

With thanks to BOB ASHLEY:
8 Aesthetically Awesome Abandoned Theaters: From Dusty Drive-Ins to Classic Cinemas

From the website:
Everything in this world has a shelf life and movie theaters are no exception to this rule. It seems like every major city in the world has its own fair share of these abandoned theaters which were once popular weekend hangouts for people of all ages and are now just ghostly memories of the past.
Many of these abandoned cinemas are in a sense being recycled into apartments, office buildings, and for some even haunted houses. These abandoned theaters are an important thread in the fabric of modern popular culture filled with memories and stories from the movie-goers who’ve attended these pieces of artfully-designed architecture. Here’s some of the coolest photos of abandoned theaters that haven’t been razed or regenerated, yet.

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