"Moscow" is a large-format cinema, the first large-format cinema in Minsk and Belarus. Opened on September 19, 1980. At the time of opening it was the largest cinema in Belarus.
Equipped with stereo DTS Surround System.
Movies in the cinema are shown with dolby sound system. The cinema has two halls - 260 seats and 1,070 seats, designed for screening movies, conferences or concerts. In the foyer of the cinema there is an exhibition hall, a lecture hall with 120 seats, designed also for short films. It also houses the Minsk theater-Studio actor, designed for 260 seats, "Paradise Show", there is a billiard room, a bar, evening discos are held.
In front of the cinema there is a small square with two fountains on the edges of the cinema. Opposite the cinema is the Palace of sports.