Wilskistraat 47b,
Berlin 14169

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Architects: Hans Bielenberg, Heinrich Moller

Styles: Art Deco

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Located in the southwest Berlin district of Zehlendorf in the centre of a courtyard of a housing development. The Onkle-Tom-Kino (Uncle Tom Cinema) was opened in 1933. It was designed by architect Heinrich Moller.

It was rebuilt in 1953 to the plans of architect Hans Bielenberg and closed in 1968.

By 1995 it was in use as a supermarket, and by 2017 is an Aldi Supermarket.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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