Atrium Beba-Palast

Berlinerstrabe 155,
Berlin 10715

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Atrium Beba-Palast

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Located in the southwest Berlin district of Wilmersdorf, at the corner of Bundesalle (#178) and Berlinerstrabe. Opened in 1926, this large cinema had a magnificent façade, which curved around the corner. It was designed by architect Friedrich Lipp, and had seating provided for 925 in the orchestra level and 1,100 in the huge balcony. The Atrium Beba-Palast was equipped with an organ (possibly manufactured by Welte).

Sadly, the Atrium Beba-Palast was destroyed by Allied bombing during World War II. The lower part of the façade remained standing into the mid-1950’s, when it too was demolished. An apartment block now stands on the site.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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