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HUMAN RIGHTS WALKS

Persecution and Resistance in Amsterdam

WALK 1: GUIDED TOUR
Persecution and Resistance in Amsterdam: a walk from the Spinoza statue to the Dutch Resistance Museum.
This tour is operated by Griffino Tours; Ms. Corry Griffioen, a very specialised guide, will lead a group of around 15 persons along places of historical interest.

Date: Wednesday July 12th
Time: 6.30 pm – 8 pm
Language: English (German and French are options)
Costs: Euro 15,- PP
Registration: mail: griffino@xs4all.nl; phone: +31 6 50 68 22 54
Payment: at the beginning of the tour, cash; a receipt will be handed over.

Meeting point: Spinoza Sculpture, Opposite of Cafe Amstelhoeck/ corner Amstel River-Waterlooplein/ City Hall

WALK 2: A FREE DOWNLOAD TOUR YOU CAN WALK ANYTIME WITH EVERYONE YOU LIKE. NEIGHBOURHOOD WALK PLANTAGE AREA AND WWII
The surroundings of the Dutch Resistance Museum are closely connected with the history of the occupation and the resistance movement. Bordering on the old ‘Jewish Corner’, the Plantage neighbourhood became one of the new areas where many Amsterdam Jews took up residence from around 1900 onwards.
You can combine the walk with a visit to the Resistance Museum.

Free download here.
Time: whenever.
The walk alone takes around 45 minutes.

WALK 3: MEMORIES OF WORLD WAR TWO: A WALK FROM THE ANNE FRANK HOUSE TO THE DUTCH RESISTANCE MUSEUM
An audio tour, you can also walk in parts.
Download the free izi.TRAVEL app here. Visit the website of the Anne Frank Museum here.