Want to visit the Anne Frank House? Must read before you visit Amsterdam One of the most popular museums in Amsterdam, the Anne Frank House, attracts over 1.2 million visitors a year. A museum you should definitely see when you are in Amsterdam (Holland). It was the hiding place during the Second World War of Anne Frank to escape deportation by the Nazis. Discover the secret annex behind the bookcase where Anne Frank, the 13-year-old Jewish girl and her family lived for 2 years, and where she wrote the now famous Anne Frank diaries. Get this short guide before you visit the cramped upstairs quarters in the canal house in Amsterdam. You will read about the daily life in the Achterhuis, about the people hiding, the famous Anne Frank Tree, the betrayal and subsequent deportation. The guide also contains some practical information about how to avoid the queues in front of the Anne Frank House museum. Please note, it is not an extensive guide, but gives you all the basics you need to know. "A moving experience. If you read this brief guide prior to visiting the Anne Frank House, you will be well prepared for your visit" Highly recommended before visiting the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam
Año de publicación:2017
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