5 Famous Houses Turned Museums That You Should Totally Visit

Anne Frank was one of the prominent figures during World War II. Frank and her family, along with four other people, hid from the Nazis during the height of the war, taking refuge at secret rooms at the Canal House for over two years. The complex was the location where Anne wrote most of her […]

Anne Frank was one of the prominent figures during World War II. Frank and her family, along with four other people, hid from the Nazis during the height of the war, taking refuge at secret rooms at the Canal House for over two years. The complex was the location where Anne wrote most of her entries in her globally popular diary. Her father, Otto Frank, was the sole survivor from the family, enabling him to publish his daughter’s diary.