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January 25, 2011 / 12:58 PM
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The Anne Frank Exhibition is more than a venue for education and rehabilitation

Mayor Nir barkat at the Hineni Frank centre

The Anne Frank exhibition is more than a venue for education and rehabilitation. It has become a meeting place for people of different cultures, religious background and political persuasion who appreciate the opportunity to utilize space provided by the Exhibition to facilitate their events.

Mayor of Jerusalem Nir Barkat with director Benjamin Philip

Groups with a desire to contribute to the betterment of Israeli society and demonstrate their support for the people of Israel often choose the Anne Frank Exhibition as the ideal setting for their acts of humanitarian aid and expressions of solidarity.

As an example, the organization named Christians for Israel presents the City of Jerusalem with a gift of over 40000 tulips annually. To present Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat with their gift they arranged for the ceremony to take place at the Anne Frank Exhibition facility in Jerusalem. In their desire to convey their genuine friendship and purpose they chose the setting displaying Anne Frank’s thoughts about ideals, values, and mutual respect. To quote from Anne’s diary, ‘the thoughts and actions of every person counts and can make a difference in the world.’

The Anne Frank Exhibition is pleased to facilitate, commemorations, meaningful reunions, the launching pad for historical trips and the venue for their return celebrations, as well as providing a meaningful setting for discussion groups and study groups.

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