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Anne Frank was one of the Jewish victims of Nazi persecution during the second world war. After Nazi Germany invaded the Netherlands in 1940, increasingly severe anti-Jewish measures began here as well. The Frank family tried to escape by going into hiding. On July 1942, Otto Frank, Edith Frank-Holl...
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A nondescript building alongside a canal, hides what was once the hiding place and refuge for one of the most famous little girls in history today. Anne Frank. Her family and the van Pals family hid with her for more than two years during World War II. To get into their Secret Annex you go through t...
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Nowadays, the rooms at the Anne Frank House, though empty, still breathe the atmosphere of that period of time. Quotations from the diary, historical documents, photographs, film images, and original objects that belonged to those in hiding and the helpers illustrate the events that took place here....
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As you wind your way up the narrow stairways and through the empty wood-floored rooms, peeking out windows to the sidewalk and canal below, you feel intensely what it must have been like for the families who lived in hiding for so many months. You'll pass through the famous bookcase and enter the pr...
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My advice is to book your tickets in advance online as you enter the house in a separate entrance and skip the massive long line at the other entrance. We spent 1 ½ hours here and we loved...
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The annex of the house, the hidden area of the building which hid Anne and others for several years, is left as intact as possible. Although the furniture has been removed from the area because of the confined space and sheer volume of visitors, the posters and pictures that were posted during hidin...
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Anne Frank and her family went into hiding here on July 6, 1942, and lived in isolation for over two years. The German occupation removed all the furniture when the inhabitants were detained in 1944. However, films and other media, including Anne's diary, give a good idea of what life was like. The ...
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The workers in the warehouse below had no idea of the family living secretly above. The office staff did, helping with food and other survival essentials. In August 1944, they were betrayed and shipped to Auschwitz. More than one-half of the 1,000 people transported on the train died in the gas cham...
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The former hiding place, where Anne Frank wrote her diary, is now a well-known museum. The museum tells the history of the eight people in hiding and those who helped them during the war. Anne Frank's diary is among the original objects on display. The rooms of the Secret Annex have been maintai...
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When in Amsterdam you must visit the sight that Anne Frank's family hid out during World War II. It was unbelievable crawling through the small bookcase that held their hideout and being in the space that that family had. Her journal was also on display and it was a m...
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The first part of the museum, going through the old house, is thought provoking and very moving. It connects you with the time, the danger, and the reality of the lives of these families. Things you may have read about or seen in a movie about the apartment are now real in front of your eyes, where ...
Anne Frank House - Amsterdam Tourist Traps - VirtualTourist.com
I must disagree when anyone says that you absolutely MUST visit this place. As if it's politically incorrect not to. Go ahead if you want to go there, but allow me to explain why I have second feelings about it. It's more than a museum or a monument. There is an organization behind it that has made ...
The Anne Frank House - Amsterdam, Netherlands - TravBuddy
A placec you will never forget and makes you realise how lucky w...
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While it may be a little hard to find, this is absolutely worth the line if you are interested in seeing how the Frank family lived in such tiny quarters for so long. We skipped the long line on Saturday and planned to try at opening on Sunday, which worked out very well and we walked right in. Prob...