Anne Frank has become famous for her diary, that she kept during the time she was in hiding in the secret annex at Prinsengracht 267 (which is now the Anne Frank House).
This has become one of the busiest tourist attractions of Amsterdam, with more than a million visitors each year.
A statue of Anne Frank is next to the Westerkerk church, and there is also one on Merwedeplein, where she used to live before she went into hiding (at Merwedeplein 37).
Near Merwedeplein you can also find the bookstore Jimmink, where Anne's father Otto Frank bought her the diary that would make her famous.
Anne Frank's diary has been translated into many languages, and has sold millions of copies worldwide.
In 2014, a new theater opened, the Theater Amsterdam, that only shows the play 'Anne'. This is a stageplay about the life of Anne Frank. The play is in Dutch, but translation devices are available.
Statue of Anne Frank at Merwedeplein