The Museum of Rescued Letters was established in 2005 by Barbara Dechant and Anja Schulze. Not letters as in notes sent through the post, but 3-Dimensional pieces of lost, forgotten or abandoned signs. The museum works both as a recycling company as well as an archiver of letters, across language and font.
HoursThur - Sat from 1-3pm
AddressKarl-Liebknecht-Str. 13, Berlin Carré, 1. Floor, Berlin, 10178, Germany
Just north east of U+S Alexanderplatz
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