The Corrie Ten Boom (CTB) story and house in the middle of Haarlem (incidentally, stay in Haarlem as the jumping off location for Amsterdam and other Netherlands locations) is a historical gem. The Ten Booms were willing, as Christians, to eschew danger/death in order to hide and protect Jews from the occupying Nazis during WWII. Their house along with the actual hiding place is perfectly preserved. Many similarities to the Anne Frank house and hiding place.
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