The young diarist Anne Frank lives in the home and warehouse where she lived in hiding for more than two years during World War II. The Anne Frank Museum is on the exact site where Anne and her family hid, located on a canal at Prinsengracht 263 in central Amsterdam.
Visitors can see some of the photos and magazines clippings that the young Jewish girl put on the wall in an attempt to make their confinement more tolerable.
The museum is dedicated to the victims of the Holocaust and also has displays about various types of intolerance and discrimination in general.Places nearby:
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