In pre-revolutionary Russia, most of the circuses were mobile. Circus entrepreneurs moved with their troupes from city to town, built temporary wooden circus buildings, and Chelyabinsk was no exception. So, in 1901, the traveling circus A.Koromyslov opened his doors, which was in the city garden on the Southern Boulevard of Petrovskaya Square. In October 1902, a new circus – a tent on the commercial area of the Southern Boulevard opened PI. Saykovsky, who invited the work of the traveling artists. Sessions of the cinematograph were also held at the circus. Presentations were successfully held in the days of fairs and holidays, on the Easter and oil weeks.
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