House Museums in Amsterdam
Amsterdam is one of the oldest cities in Europe; itscultural and architect heritage are well-preserved and exhibited to the benefit of curious tourists. In particular, this article is about house museums, which can boast of rich collections of art and significant exhibitions.
Rembrandt House with the top of my golovy.Dom well known artist object for excursions. Its facade and interior is well preserved from the 17th century. Its magnificent view completely justifies what the artist was full of debts after buying it. In 1656 he suffered a complete financial fiasco. Rembrandt was not able to pay the creditors, and in June 1656 he declared bankruptcy. All the values of its assets were prodany.Podrobny list of the furniture in each room, artwork and household items were sold at auction in the coming years. Through this document, it was back to the house after decades.; 260 of 290 paintings by Rembrandt have been put in place, where they belong.
Anne Frank is the protagonist of one of the saddest stories of Dutch. Fleeing from Nazi occupation and the regime in one of the houses of Amsterdam she showed the world how cruel and deadly times of the Second World War were. Entrance to the room was disguised as a wardrobe. Here in the 1942-1944 Anne wrote her diary, is infamous as the "Refuge". In 1944, Nazi authorities received a denunciation and August 4th searched the house. The Frank family was arrested and sent to a concentration camp. May 3, 1960 the museum was set up in the house during the restoration of the original image that was returned. The exhibition presents materials on fascism, anti-Semitism and the Holocaust. Here you can find Oscar, this American actress Shelley Winters in 1959, more precisely, she played a related role in "The Diary of Anne Frank." The original diary is the jewel of the exhibition at the Museum of Anne Frank.