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International Anne Frank exhibition comes to Luxembourg
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International Anne Frank exhibition comes to Luxembourg

by HP 10.11.2018 From our online archive
Exhibition will be in Grand Duchy for two weeks as part of global tour
The exhibition is being run in partnership with the Anne Frank House and the Embassy of the Netherlands Photo: Shutterstock
The exhibition is being run in partnership with the Anne Frank House and the Embassy of the Netherlands Photo: Shutterstock

An international Anne Frank exhibition is set to come to Luxembourg as part of its global tour.

The exhibition – Anne Frank: A history for today – is a travelling exhibition from the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam.

It will be shown at the International School of Luxembourg in partnership with the Anne Frank House and the Embassy of the Netherlands.

It tells the story of Anne Frank and visitors can choose to view the exhibition with student guides from the ISL, St George's International School and the European School.

According to the organisers the exhibition has travelled the world and "aims to show visitors that cultural, ethnic, religious and political differences between people exist in every society".

It is in English and French and entry is free of charge.

Dates include:

  • 14, 19, 21 November at 6pm
  • 24, 25 November and 1, 2 December at 1.30pm

To register click here.