Anne Frank Other House Public
November 24, 2011 by staff
Anne Frank Other House Public, housing corporation says it is opening to the public for one day the apartment where Jewish diarist Anne Frank lived with her family before they went into hiding from Nazis during the Second World War.
The Ymere corporation bought the apartment on Merwedeplein, a street in southern Amsterdam, in 2004 and restored it to 1930s style with the help of the Anne Frank Foundation.
The corporation said in a statement Thursday that a maximum of 300 paying guests will be allowed to wander through the apartment where Anne and her family lived from 1933 to 1942.
The family then moved to a small hidden apartment behind a canal house where Anne wrote most of the diary that turned her into a symbol of all the Jews who died during the Holocaust after it was posthumously published.
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