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Party In The Dark

A party in complete darkness is set to take place tomorrow night (Wed) in the town of Cakovec in northern Croatia.

Organised by the Međimurje Blind Society together with the Međimurje City Council and the Department of Economy, Trade and European Integration, “Party u mraku” (Party in the dark) is aimed to raise awareness of the problems those with impaired sight face.

Party-goers will have the opportunity to experience life through just smells, touch and sound at the party.

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