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Juventus Museum inaugurates a path for the blind

Juventus Museum inaugurates a path for the blind
Juventus Museum inaugurates a path for the blind
Juventus Museum inaugurates a path for the blind

The impressive journey through history at the Juventus Museum is now also available in the Braille alphabet.

Or rather, officially, from tomorrow, coinciding with the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, which is celebrated every year on December 3. 

The inclusive new addition will be unveiled in the presence of the President of the Juventus Museum, Paolo Garimberti, and the top management of the INSERIRE Association, highlighting this new initiative.

Six panels, in which the Bianconero story is told both graphically and, above all, in the Braille alphabet, will guide the visitor through the Juventus Museum, from the starting point at the Temple of the Trophies, to the legendary bench in Corso Re Umberto and along to the Ballon d'Or trophies raised by several Juventus champions.

All to culminate in the most immersive moment, the multimedia content "Fino Alla Fine" that makes every visitor really feel as if they were in the very center of the Allianz Stadium pitch, and which, above all for blind visitors, represents the ideal emotional conclusion of a unique experience.

"This project confirms the continuous growth of a Museum that never stands still - explains the President of the Juventus Museum Paolo Garimberti - And which shows how we have always been careful to facilitate anyone with any type of disability"

"We thank the Italian Union of the Blind and Visually Impaired who collaborated with us to show us the best ways to complete the path, which truly represents a great enrichment for everyone, even for sighted people", concludes Garimberti.

A project that continues the path of accessibility at the Juventus Museum, which has always been at the forefront in this sense, thanks to the total absence of architectural barriers and, since September, the innovative path, made with videos accessible from QR Codes inside the rooms, dedicated to deaf visitors.

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