by Christine Utterberg in Cool Travel on Friday 12 August 2011

The Buchstabenmuseum is definitely one of the more interesting museums I’ve been to in Berlin. It’s a small museum dedicated to the preservation of typefaces that are used in signage.

Letters of all sizes and from a wide-variety of sources seem to be enjoying their retirement here. It’s a unique place worth checking out and the tightly packed rooms allow you to get a close-up look at the design and weathered scars of all the letters.
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