We came to the Forum as it is a great space in its own right only to find a poignant (as described in the exhibition notes and I can't find a better description) display of Ann Frank's family photos taken by her father on his beloved Leica. More of the photos are of Ann's elder sister as Ann was not born until 1929 and moved to Amsterdam in the early 1930s. Other family members include her two Grandmothers one of whom lived in Switzerland where her father died in the 1980s but of course the sisters were betrayed and as is well known died in the nazi death camps . It is appropriate perhaps that I am writing this on 27th January which is the World Remembance Day for these atrocities. On a more mundane level the Forum houses the City public library BBC Norwich and the Tourist information Office which was able to provide detailed information on bus routes to the UEA. the forum is open until midnight and contains cafes and a restaurant.
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