Turiner Strasse 25,
Berlin 13347

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Located in the north Berlin district of Wedding, at the corner of Utrechter Strasse and Turiner Strasse. The Mercedes-Palast was opened in September 1926 with “Michel Strogoff”. It was designed by noted cinema architect Fritz Wilms. All seating was on a single level. The projection box was located mid-way along the auditorium ceiling.

From 1932 until 1943 it was re-named Ufa-Palast Utrechter Strasse. It then returned to the Mercedes-Palast name and closed in 1962 to be demolished.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on March 6, 2016 at 6:02 am

The October 23, 1926, issue of The Universal Weekly said that Michel Strogoff had been the first movie shown at the Mercedes Palast when it opened in September.

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