Mohammed Zahoor, the British-Ukrainian-Pakistani investor, plans to tear down Kyiv’s 60-year-old Kinopanorama movie theater and build in its place a 3-star hotel
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Mohammed Zahoor, the British-Ukrainian-Pakistani investor, plans to tear down Kyiv’s 60-year-old Kinopanorama movie theater and build in its place a 3-star hotel

Mohammed Zahoor, the British-Ukrainian-Pakistani investor, plans to tear down Kyiv’s 60-year-old Kinopanorama movie theater and build in its place a 3-star hotel, the Kyiv Post reports. Last week, Zahoor closed the 500-seat theater, the first in the USSR to offer panoramic movies. While the theater was starved for investment in recent years, its street, Shota Rustaveli, boomed with a dozen trendy bars and restaurants.

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