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Esperanto-Museum Intern, Vienna

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  • I wouldn't call that Esperanto Museum but Hall of Esperanto because it truly is a small room with the story not only of English but also other languages of which I didn't know existed. Even I discovered that there is a language spoken by using musical notes: depending on how they are put the notes we have not only a melody but a word or even a speech. In this room there is an interactive pc where you can read the history of these languages and even hear them. Cute pacman video game where you can continue at various levels need to answer questions about these specific languages.
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  • I discovered this place by accident - and so glad I did! It is very small (just two rooms) but it means that you can take in all the information without feeling overwhelmed like in some other museums....  more »
  • Very interesting museum, with an array of posters, books, badges etc. as well as interactive and multimedia displays. It's not a big place, but a good way to spend an hour or two, and at 4€ for this p...  more »
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  • The one and only international museum of Esperanto. Ĉu vi komprenas? It was founded by Hugo Steiner in 1927.