Kottbusser Damm 22,
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Located in the Kreuzberg district. This small three screen cinema claims in its publicity to be Germany’s oldest. (The toilets certainly bear out that claim!) It opened in 1907 as the Vitascope with 375 seats. In 1913 it had been enlarged to 421 seats.
By 1959 it had been re-named Hohenstaufen Lichtspiele. It was twinned in 1984 with seating for 130 & 50 and re-named Moviemento. In 1988, it became a 3-screen cinema with seating for 103, 67 and 62. On my visit in September 2013 I was told there are plans to add a fourth screen.
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