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Anne Frank House museum

The Anne Frank House is a museum in Amsterdam devoted to all aspects of Anne Frank's life and her famous diary. It makes available an online recreation of the annex where Anne hid from the Nazis. It also includes an
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The Anne Frank House is a museum in Amsterdam devoted to all aspects of Anne Frank's life and her famous diary. It makes available an online recreation of the annex where Anne hid from the Nazis. It also includes an interactive timeline filled with wrenching details of the Frank family's persecution, as well as a an online exhibit about Anne's sister, Margot.

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