|Schwedt: Uckermärkische Bühnen Schwedt (ubs)|
Country: Germany (Deutschland)
Location: Lindenallee (formerly: Leninallee)
Built 1978 as "Kreiskulturhaus" by E. Tattermusch, Benes, J. Konvelina, B. Berndt, and G. Stötzner for the city of Schwedt, at the former site of the Schwedt palace (destroyed in World War II, remains demolished 1962-1969). Opened 6 Oct 1978. Later renamed "Uckermärkische Bühnen Schwedt (ubs)". The complex includes two halls: "Großes Haus" (up to 832 seats) and "Intimes Theater" (formerly "Kleiner Saal", up to 100 seats), as well as a multi-purpose foyer (up to 200 seats), and two function rooms (30 seats each). Used for drama performances by the resident company and various entertainment events by touring companies.
Picture: small building on the left: Intimes Theater, centre: Großes Haus|
Reverse Text: "Schwedt, Kulturhaus"
Publisher: Bild und Heimat, Reichenbach (Vogtl.); A1/III/26/13; 01 05 0446/33
Sent: from Schwedt to Berlin, 1988
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