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How to get around life if you can not see? For many people it is as normal as breathing, to open up your eyes and see the world in pictures. But some people can not take this for granted. The Blind Museum gives an impression to the everyday life of a blind person. How can they read? There you can find out about the French boy Louis Braille who revolutionized the world of the blind. He was 16 years old when he developed the braille which works with a 6 points system. Every Wednesday the museum is opened from 3 pm till 6 pm. There is a guided tour on every first Sunday of the month at 11 am. It is not necessary to make an appointment and its free of charge. A donation is always welcome.

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Deutsches Blinden-Museum
Rothenburgstraße 14
12165 Berlin
030 / 79 70  90 94

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Every Wednesday 3pm - 6pm.
Guided tours on the first Sunday of the month at 11am. An appointment is not necessary.

Free entry. Donations are welcome.

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