“Extavium” Museum in Potsdam, Germany – Design You Trust

“Extavium” Museum in Potsdam, Germany

Floris, 8, inspects a mirror cube at the “Extavium” museum in Potsdam, eastern Germany. The new interactive museum, formerly known as “Exploratorium Potsdam”, re-opened with much more space for its 130 exhibits and interactive offers for children and their parents. (AFP)

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