Anne Frank's house in Amsterdam is now a museum. Amazing to stand in the Annex where they hid for 2 years and to see the magazine pictures Anne pasted on the walls of the room she shared.

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Anne Frank's house in Amsterdam is now a museum. There are excellent teaching resources on their website (click through to visit Anne Frank's House). Never forget.

The Anne Frank House, in Amsterdam.

This is the biggest reason I want to visit Amsterdam - to see the Anne Frank House. Can you imagine standing in the very rooms where Anne Frank wrote her diary?

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Anne Frank House. Amsterdam. Very somber experience to walk through the house they hid in for 2 years.

Amsterdam, Anne Frank Huis - View of the Bookcase entrance to the Frank's Flat. One of the most humbling and chilling experiences.

Anne Frank House, Amsterdam I am so glad I got to visit here when I could still climb stairs. There is a museum attached to the actual attic where Anne and her family hid.

Anne Frank, the Diary and the Secret Annex. The most complete and current information with unique photos and film images.

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The Anne Frank House In Amsterdam

Visiting The Anne Frank House In Amsterdam

The Anne Frank House in Amsterdam is one of the most important things to see in the city. For the most meaningful experience, read The Diary of Anne Frank before you go!

Anne Frank poses in 1941 in this photo made available by Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, Netherlands. In August of 1944, Anne, her family and others who were hiding from the occupying German Security forces, were all captured and shipped off to a series of prisons and concentration camps. Anne died from typhus at age 15 in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, but her posthumously published diary has made her a symbol of all Jews killed in World War II. (AP Photo/Anne Frank House/Frans Dupont)

Anne Frank poses in 1941 in this photo made available by Anne Frank House in Amsterdam >>> wow, she was so fucking pretty and brilliant, what a lovely person holy shit

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