I hadn't heard of Otto Weidt before being brought here on an Alternative tour. It is tucked away in a courtyard chock-a-block full of amazing street art. It would be a shame if too many people got caught up with just that and bypassed this museum though. It is well worth a visit though. It is small, free and doesn't take long to go around. The chilling picture of Otto Weidt's blind and deaf workers, many of whom were killed at Auschwitz, will stay with me for a long time.
Oh, and on a lighter note, the attendant's eccentric moustache is also worth seeing!
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