In collaboration with Google, the Anne Frank House has made Anne Frank’s home available in a 360-degree image. The online exhibition was made in honor of her ninetieth birthday on 12 June.
Together with Google, the foundation has made an exhibition on Google Arts & Culture with a 360-degree view of the Amsterdam home on Merwedeplein 37-2.
The Frank family lived there before they had to go into hiding in the Secret Annex on the Prinsengracht in World War II. The only moving images of Anne Frank were recorded in the house on Merwedeplein and she also wrote for the first time in her diary.
The house is decorated in the style of the thirties and serves as a home for foreign writers who cannot work freely in their own country.
In 2017, the Anne Frank House purchased the house from the Ymere housing association.