Seestrasse 94, Wedding,
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There are actually three generations of the Alhambra in Berlin. The first one originated in the expansion of the 300 seat 1916-era Apollo Kino to 950 seats by architect Max Bischoff and its re-naming to Alhambra Kino. It was totally destroyed in World War II and rebuilt in 1953 to the designs of architects Hans Bielenberg and Helmut Ollk. Seating was provided in orchestra and balcony levels. It was closed in 2000 and demolished in 2001, and has it’s own page on Cinema Treasures.
In 2002 it was replaced with this Alhambra 1-7. It’s one of the few multiplexes with private ownership and has excellent technical facilities, a total seating capacity of 1,424; seating in the screens are 358, 342, 120, 208, 111, 147 and 138.
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