Corrie ten Boom's house is transformed into a museum. It is located at Barteljorisstraat 19 in Haarlem.
A large part of the house is furnished in such a way that it corresponds to what it looked like in the year 1940, at the time of the Second World War.
Visiting guests can see the "Hiding Place", a narrow space behind a false wall in Corrie's bedroom. Jewish people and other people hiding there were safe for the Nazis during the war.
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