Hamburg: Eden-Theater

Country: Germany (Deutschland)
State: Hamburg
City: Hamburg
Location: Sankt Pauli, Spielbudenplatz 13 / Taubenstraße

Opened 1886 as a variety theatre. From 1900 to the 1920s also used as a cinema ("Eden-Biograph"). 1926 right part converted into a beer hall named "Oberbayern". Left part rebuilt and re-opened as "St.-Pauli-Säle"/"Prater", another large restaurant and entertainment venue. Destroyed by bombs in March 1945. [1948 a gas station and the "Esso-Häuser" housing and retail complex were built on the site.]

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Hamburg: Eden-Theater Front Text: "Gruss aus dem Edentheater, Hamburg 1901."
Publisher: Kunstanstalt Carl Grabo, Hamburg; 1940
Type: Undivided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: from Hamburg to Vegesack, 1901

Hamburg: Eden-Theater Front Text: "Gruss aus dem Eden Theater Varieté, Hamburg-St. Pauli"
Publisher: Kunstverlagsanstalt Röpke & Woortman, Hamburg; 2449
Type: Undivided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: within Hamburg, 1907

Hamburg: Eden-Theater Picture: very left building: Operettenhaus (old), dome visible behind: Ballhaus Trichter (Hornhardt-Varieté), very right building, foreground: Eden-Theater
Front Text: "Hamburg-St. Pauli, Spielbudenplatz", inscription: "Eden"
Publisher: Dr. Trenkler & Co., Leipzig; 1905; Hbg. 268
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.

See also Operettenhaus (old) for another postcard of this building.

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