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ڤوكس سينما

 
 
  • الطابق الأرضي
  • أقرب موقف للسيارات A
 
  • 16002
  • ساعات العمل : 10:00 صباحاً – 10:00 مساءً
ساعات العمل : 10:00 صباحاً – 10:00 مساءً
 

ڨوكس سينما قدمت في عام 2000 في منطقة الشرق الأوسط، ومنذ ذلك الحين أصبحت تجربة السينما الأكثر ابتكاراً وتركز على العملاء في المنطقة. ڨوكس سينما تملكها وتشغلها ماجد الفطيم ، من مجموعة "مشاريع ماجد الفطيم"  وهى من أوسع  الشركات.

في عام 2018 تقدم ڤوكس سينما 7 شاشات عرض في سيتي سنتر الاسكندرية; شاشة عرض ماكس و 6 شاشات عرض اخرى.

 
 

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