Jewish Museum Begins Tours For Blind Visitors : News Photo

Jewish Museum Begins Tours For Blind Visitors

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BERLIN, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 21: Ugne Metzner, who has been blind due to an illness since she was 21, feels her way along the tactile lettering of Holocaust concentration camp locations in a corridor at the Jewish Museum Berlin on February 21, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. Metzner was participating in the first organized architectural tour of the museum for blind people. The tours, which will be offered four times a year but can also be booked on other occasions, are geared specifically to what a blind person would be most able to appreciate in the building known for its tilted planes and narrowing spaces and designed by American architect Daniel Libeskind. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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BERLIN, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 21: Ugne Metzner, who has been blind due to an illness since she was 21, feels her way along the tactile lettering of Holocaust concentration camp locations in a corridor at the Jewish Museum Berlin on February 21, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. Metzner was participating in the first organized architectural tour of the museum for blind people. The tours, which will be offered four times a year but can also be booked on other occasions, are geared specifically to what a blind person would be most able to appreciate in the building known for its tilted planes and narrowing spaces and designed by American architect Daniel Libeskind. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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