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Naum Theatre

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The Naum Theatre, named after its owners Michel Naum and Joseph Naum of Syrian Catholic background, was a theatre and opera house on İstiklal Avenue in the Beyoğlu district of Istanbul, Turkey. It was opened in 1844 and remained active until the theatre building was severely damaged by the Fire of Pera in 1870. The ruined theatre building was purchased by Ottoman Greek banker Hristaki Zoğrafos Efendi, who built the present-day Çiçek Pasajı on its land plot in 1876.
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