Berlin: Kliems Festsäle

Country: Germany (Deutschland)
State: Berlin
City: Berlin
Location: Kreuzberg, Hasenheide 13-15 (opposite of Neue Welt)

Multi-purpose entertainment and event venue complex with a large hall, a smaller hall and a summer theatre, opened in the 19th century. 1920-1921 used as "Proletarisches Theater" by Erwin Piscator. Demolished after 1960 in favour of an insurance office block.

In 1946 a cinema "Quick" was opened in one of the buildings (1950 renamed "Primus-Palast"). Closed 1966 and converted into a night club "Pleasure Dome" which closed around 2010.

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Berlin: Kliems Festsaele Picture: summer garden theatre; entrance; hall interior
Front Text: "Gruss aus Max Kliem's Sommer-Theater Berlin, Hasenheide, den ", "Sommer-Theater", "Eingang", "Säle"
Publisher: Act.-Ges. f. autom. Verkauf, Berlin; No. 108 Type: Undivided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: within Berlin, 1902

Berlin: Kliems Festsaele Picture: summer garden theatre
Front Text: "Max Kliem's Sommer-Theater Berlin-Hasenheide, den "
Type: Undivided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: from Berlin to Hartmannsdorf bei Leipzig, 1906

Berlin: Kliems Festsaele Picture: multi-purpose garden hall
Front Text: "Kliem's Festsäle", "Gartensaal mit Garten-Terrasse"
Reverse Text: "Kliem's Festsäle. Hasenheide 13/15. TEl. F 6 Baerwald 6565-66. Säle für Vereine/Hochzeiten f. ca. 50-3000 Pers."
Publisher: Kunstanstalt Voremberg, Berlin
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: by German Forces' Postal service, from Berlin to Unter-Polaun/Sudetengau (= Dolní Polubný, Czech Republic), 1941

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