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Absolutely loved the experience and it brought all my reading of the novel to life. I like the way the house is respected also in that people cannot take photos. I can never understand why people of so determined to get photos of everything these days, people forget to just experience a place.

Tara Hanly , 25 - Roscommon - Ireland - 13 Sep 2011

I absolutely adore Anne Frank and am currently reading her diary now. She is constantly inspiring me in new ways and although I know the diary is all real I cant help but find it difficult to grasp the truth behind it all in my heart. She is such a talented young girl, in her ability o write such detailed and descriptive diary entries and completely and utterly spill her heart onto the page but mainly that being so young she can somehow find the guts and heart to carry on during such struggling times. I know I wouldn't be able to do what she did, Anne Frank is incredible!

Anna Georgetti, 12 - Auckland - New Zealand - 13 Sep 2011

I read her diary this summer and found it deeply touching and emotional. She devoted herself to her diary. I am doing a report on her. Anne Frank is a remarkable young girl who experienced losses and tragedy. To undergo what she went through I cannot imagine having done or even think possible. Long live the spirit of Anne Frank! :)

Ani Freeborn, 12 - Ypsilanti - United States - 30 Aug 2011

a great place to visit and a lesson to learn reading a young girls diary

Abby, United Kingdom - 25 Aug 2011

she's my idol!

michell, 19 - long branch - United States - 23 Aug 2011

After watching the movie, I learned alot from her. I learned never take life for granate. Also I learned that she is the most inspireing person in my life. She is what made me start writeing in my own journals everday. Not only that I can't imagine the horrs she went through even when her sister died. I can not even know what she was going through. Not only is she inspireing to me in that respect But I wonder what she was like. would she even understand the way we speak here. But she spoke of peace so foundly that I am wondering why a person like this had to die at the age she was.

Alisa McConnell, 22 - Little Rock - United States - 22 Aug 2011