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E4C No borders
Berlin, 1989. The Berlin Wall falls. The whole world assists to what is considered by many an epochal change, which will put an end to a period of tensions and will open a new season of cooperation and coexistence between Countries. Nevertheless, the number of walls, instead of decreasing, increases dramatically. From the line of control in the Kashmir region to the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea, from the Spanish enclave of Melilla in northern Morocco to the internal division in the island of Cyprus, from the border between Israel and the Palestinian territories to the wall between Mexico and the United States.
Berlin, 2021. Martina, as every week, after school, goes to see her grandmother, Erika. Once she enters the house she finds a note: "I went out to run an errand, I'll be back soon". What better way to spend her time than browsing through the old stuff in the house?
Rummaging through old letters and boxes of memories, Martina finds a lot of information related to 1960s Germany and the Berlin Wall. Through the adventures of a mysterious character named Heinz, even her grandmother's identity and past will be questioned.
Moving from the living room of Erika's house (the first room) to Martina's school (the second room), players will be asked to tackle a series of riddles and challenges that will allow them to retrace the history of a city and of the whole world.
This Escape Room is built in collaboration with Associazione Eufemia within the Escape Racism – Toolbox to promote inclusive communities, co-financed by the European Commission within the Erasmus + KA2 program and by the Cassa di Risparmio di Torino.