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The Anne Frank Museum is the house where Anne Frank wrote her famous diary which tells the events which happened during the Holocaust. The building was transformed into a museum in 1960 and displays the original diary written by Anne, along with some original objects found in the house.

A visit to the museum will let you see the Secret Annex of the office building where Anne and her family went into hiding during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands, as well as the library which displays a collection of books on discrimination. Anne Frank’s bedroom is also included in the visit and there are temporary exhibitions held at the museum.

Amsterdam Guide | Museums in Amsterdam



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