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October 16, 2014
Mena Allah Hussien, a visually impaired girl, reads a Braille description of an installation depicting...
Cairo, Egypt
Visually impaired girl reads a Braille description of an installation depicting a pharaonic statue at...
Mena Allah Hussien, a visually impaired girl, reads a Braille description of an installation depicting a pharaonic statue at the Children's Museum as part of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo October 16, 2014. The Egyptian Supreme Council for Antiquities opened its doors to the museum, equipped for the visually impaired, and arranged activities for the children to create an awareness of their heritage. The event was held to mark White Cane Safety Day which fell on October 15. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: TRAVEL EDUCATION HEALTH SOCIETY)
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