The Fascist Cinema is small and pretty.
Arranged on three floors, one of which is underground, it houses the memory of what must have been a fascist after-work.
Inside, the Fascist Cinema there is a theater complete with stalls and gallery, a cinema and a ballroom.
Like all after-work clubs, this too was a meeting point for friends and a place to spend happy hours.
The Fascist Cinema dates back to the late 1930s, built in the Fascist era and reflects the architecture of the period.
Around the mid-1940s it became Enal from after work, but continued its social function.