Anne Frank House
Refuge writers can live in the Anne Frank House for one year. The Dutch Foundation for Literature invites them. These writers are those who cannot work freely in their own countries and are thus invited to live in this historical house that holds a tumultuous history. Previously occupied by Anne Frank, this is the home she hid in during the Nazi persecution. It’s located in Amsterdam, and her entire experience living in the attic is documented in her diary. Ronald Leopold, the director of the Anne Frank House said, “We feel that this is an appropriate destination for Anne Frank’s former home. It is a place where freedom, tolerance, and free speech are given free rein. The 360-degree images allow us to share this special place with the public.” It is not open to the public (Anne Frank).