The Humboldt Forum is both a place of history and research and a place of encounter and inclusion. This inclusively designed book tells the history of the site from the 13th century to the present day with 14 tactile images and texts in large print, Braille and plain language.
What began as a small Dominican monastery has become one of the most important squares in Berlin over the centuries. With the help of your fingertips, your eyes or your ears, you will embark on a special journey through time in eight stages.
An audio version supplements the book and can be accessed here .
The book was created in cooperation with members of the Culture and Leisure Working Group of the Berlin General Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired, founded 1874 e. V. emerged.
- Publisher:Humboldt Forum Foundation in the Berlin Palace, 2020
- 26.2 x 44.2 cm
- 64 pages
- Texts in large print, Braille and plain language
- 14 illustrations, 6 thermoforming foils and tactile printing
- tactile map
- ring binding