In some towns, there are circus buildings where regular performances are held. The best known are
- Blackpool Tower Circus
- Budapest Circus
- Circus Krone Building in Munich
- Cirque d'Hiver, Paris
- Cirque Jules Verne in Amiens
- Hippodrome Circus, Great Yarmouth
- Moscow Circus on Tsvetnoy Boulevard in Moscow
- Shanghai Circus World in Shanghai
In other countries, purpose-built circus buildings still exist which are no longer used as circuses, or are used for circus only occasionally among a wider programme of events; for example, the Cirkusbygningen (The Circus Building) in Copenhagen, Denmark or Cirkus in Stockholm, Sweden.
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