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Newsletter, 20 October 2014

Anne Frank

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  Record number of visitors
Anne Frank House receives its millionth visitor in 2014
 
 


   

The Anne Frank House last week received its millionth visitor this year: 80-year-old Hilda Evens from Australia. "I really wanted to see the Anne Frank House today, before I go home tomorrow", Mrs. Evens said, who's in Amsterdam together with her daughter. It is expected that the museum will once again attract a record number of visitors in 2014 (the previous record was in 2013, with 1,195,456 visitors).



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Museum Night

On Saturday 1 November it’s time again for some fifty museums and cultural institutions in Amsterdam, including the Anne Frank House, to open their doors until the small hours for the Amsterdam Museum Night.



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The helpers of the Secret Annexe

The temporary exhibition ‘The helpers of the Secret Annexe’ in the Anne Frank House throws light on the important role played by the people who made it possible for the Franks to go into hiding. For more than two years, they cared for the safety and well-being of the inhabitants of the Secret Annexe, day in, day out.



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Anne Frank in the Secret Annexe: who was who? offers a portrait of the people in hiding and their helpers, who were rendered unforgettable by Anne Frank’s diary. As a reader of our newsletter you can get a 15% discount with the code 76237VLEZHW6.



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