Sundgauer Strasse 83,
Berlin 14169

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Architects: Paul Dohler, Gerhard Fritsche

Functions: Supermarket

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Located in the Zehlendorf district to the southwest of the city. The Panorama was opened in 1954 and was operated by Fritz Seifert. It was designed by architect Gerhard Fritsch, assisted by Paul Dohler. Gerhard Fritsch also designed other Berlin cinemas such as the Zoo Palast, Maxim in the Tiergarten district, MGM Filmtheater and Panorama I and Panorama II (both in the Neukolln district). The Panorama contained a CinemaScope screen and a 4-channel stereophonic sound system. The blue seats were by Schroeder & Henzelmann were on a single sloping floor. The walls were covered with Acella in gold.

The Panorama was closed in 1977 and was converted into a supermarket, since at least 2008, an Aldi supermarket.

Contributed by Ken Roe, Kinospoter
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