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Cinema Breaks Daily Record After 60,000 Go to the Movies

Croatia1Croatia’s leading cinema complex CineStar have set a daily visitor record this week…

More than 250 CineStar staff at 14 multiplex cinemas were kept busy on Tuesday when a record 60,000 people came through the doors, the most in one day since the multiplex started in Croatia. What was so special about Tuesday? CineStar was running a promotion where all movie tickets cost just 10 kuna (1.30 euro). Besides the cheap movie tickets, pop corn and other snacks were also at the promotional price of 10 kuna.

CineStar multiplex cinemas have 4DX, IMAX, realD 3D and AURO, and operate in the captial Zagreb, Rijeka, Zadar, Šibenik, Osijek, Vȁraždin, Dubrovnik, Slavonski Brod, and Vukovar in Croatia. (press)

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