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Speakers describe room architecture and selected objects in detail in the exhibition tour. A combination of hearing and touch enables blind and visually impaired visitors to engage with various caesuras in German history.

Deutsches Historisches Museum & Schlossbrücke
Deutsches Historisches Museum & Schlossbrücke © visitberlin, Foto Wolfgang Scholvien

The exhibition begins in 1989 with the Peaceful Revolution in the GDR and ends in 1848, when Germany first dared to embark on a democratic awakening. Inclusive and interactive stations offer opportunities to try out, grasp and play. The tactile implementation of the painting "Self-Portraits in Hiding" by the Jewish German painter Felix Nussbaum allows visitors to experience one of his most famous works. During the tour there is the possibility of exchange.

(Program in German)
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Price: €3.00