Time Out says
Kino Europa is Zagreb's oldest and perhaps best loved independent cinema, not least because it holds a large bar and usually full terrace where you can spot students, arty types, bohemians and regular daytime coffee drinkers. The cinema was built in 1924 and opened on 8 April 1925 with Fritz Lang’s Die Niebelungen and local film Dalmatia, Land of Sun.
The City of Zagreb bought the cinema in October 2007 after a public campaign and its management was entrusted to Zagreb Film Festival, with the goal of making this cinema the regional centre of film and film art.
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