New Reading Areas for the Cuban Blind
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- Arts and Culture
- culture an traditions
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- 03 / 28 / 2009
A group of these facilities have the so-called spoken book, which consists of cassettes and CD´s with recorded works that makes it possible for the visually impaired to have access to culture.
Completing this network are 410 reading circles throughout the country, by way of which over 6,000 visually impaired people can enjoy books that are not yet in Braille.