Breisgauer Strasse 17,
Berlin 14129

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Functions: Supermarket

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Located in the southwest Berlin district of Zehlendorf at Stoeckerzeile 17 (now renamed Breisgauer Strasse). The Lumina was built in 1938 and was designed in a town house style by architect Gerhard Rehder. It was opened on 6th April 1939 and was operated by Paul Keidi. It was closed in 1941 during World War II.

In 1952 the cinema was renovated to the plans of architects Hans Fritsch and his son Gerhard Fritsch and was operated by Fritz Staar. In 1955 it was remodeled to the plans of architect Hans Bielenberg. It was equipped with CinemaScope and the E II projectors were replaced by E VII projectors by Ernemann.

The Lumina was closed in 1969. By October 2009 the much altered building was operating as a Basic Bio organic supermarket.

Contributed by Ken Roe, Kinospoter
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