Cirque Metropole-Cirque de Paris

Cirque Metropole | Cirque de Paris

The Cirque Metropole or Cirque de Paris was de last circus building to be constructed in Paris. It was located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris in the area known as Quartier du Gros-Caillou.

The circus was build on the initiative of Mr. Irlicht, an American dentist passionate about the circus. It was inaugurated on January 5, 1906. Its hall had more than 6,000 seats. Two years later, in 1908, it was renamed Cirque de Paris and leased to the company Pathé Frères which, within a few months, transformed it into a cinema. It closed its doors on January 15, 1930, before being demolished.



14 Rue Ernest Psichari
75007 Paris

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