Kino Piast

ul. Jednosci Robotniczej 10,
Slubice 69-100

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Kino Piast

What is now named the town of Slubice was until 1945 part of the city of Frankfurt(Oder) in the Brandenberg region of Germany. Since World War II, this town has been part of western Poland. Located on Friedrichstrasse (now re-named ul. Jednosci Robotniczej), the Kino Piast was opened on 15th January 1925 with the silent film "Carlos & Elizabeth". It was designed by German architect A. Rebiger, who was based in Charlottenburg, Berlin.

It was closed in 1930, and converted into the Elyseum dance-hall. It re-opened as a cinema again on 3rd December 1937, with the film "Patriots".

After World War II, the Kino Piast was nationalised, and was eventually closed as a cinema. It became a flower & vegetable shop, which closed in March 2005. The building stands empty & unused in early-2011.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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