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Walk Through the Anne Frank Annex

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Anne Frank as a 12-year-old.( Wikipedia)

The Anne Frank House museum in Amsterdam now has a virtual tour of the secret annex, and, um, wow. Among other things (excellent narration, 360° views, the ability to see the rooms furnished as they were when inhabited), it gives you a good sense of just how friggin’ small was this space, where eight people lived in complete seclusion for years.

So check it out. Start at the movable bookcase.

Anne Frank House Offering Virtual Tour [JTA]

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