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The Resi was the nickname of a vast, luxurious dance-hall called the Residenz-Casino at the Blumenstraße 10 in Berlin, Germany.

Guest could use the Pneumatic Tube System to order, pay and receive small items from the gift store, and even sent the gifts further to other guests in the building.

The system contained about 100 stations and 2000 meters brass tube. It was built by the E. Zwietusch & Co. company from Berlin.

'Ballhaus Resi'
Hasenheide 32-38, Berlin SW 29
"Die schönsten Wasserspiele der Welt. Tischtelefone - Tischrohrpost. Taglich geöffnet."

 

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The Berlin Residenz-Casino: the Resi

  Last updated: 19-10-2019


The Berlin Residenz-Casino: the Resi


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