Berlin: Haus Wien

Country: Germany (Deutschland)
State: Berlin
City: Berlin
Location: Charlottenburg, Kurfürstendamm 26

Cinema, built 1912-1913 as "Union-Palast" by Nentwich and Simon. The complex included a 850-seat cinema and a concert café. Opened with Max Reinhardt's movie "Die Insel der Seligen". 1924 renamed "UFA-Palast", later "UFA-Theater". 1945 renovated and renamed "Haus Wien" (also known as "Filmbühne Wien"). 1953 exterior and interior rebuilding. 1979-1983 conversion into seven smaller cinema halls. Closed 26 Apr 2000. Subsequently used as an art gallery and (since 2013) as a retail store.

Links: Wikipedia

Berlin: Haus Wien Front Text: inscription: "Haus Wien"
Reverse Text: "Berlin, Kurfürstendamm"
Publisher: Verlag Ludwig Simon, München-Pullach
Size: Modern
Sent: from Berlin to Ludwigshafen am Rhein-Oppau, 1958

Berlin: Haus Wien Front Text: inscription, middle: "Haus Wien", right: "Film-Bühne", poster: advertising the 1959 film Ottsy i deti (?) (as "Väter und Söhne")
Reverse Text: "Berlin, Kurfürstendamm"
Publisher: Krüger; 921/11
Size: Modern
Not sent.

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