Nedavno otvoren berlinski muzej Madame Tussauds u svojoj postavi ima i voštanu figuru djevojčice Anne Frank.
The diary Anne Frank wrote while hiding from the Nazis is one of the world's most widely read books.
Now visitors to Berlin's Madame Tussauds museum can see the young Jewish writer sitting at her desk.
But Anne Frank's temporary move to the German capital from Amsterdam is causing controversy in the German media - as her wax figure now sits just metres away from the model of Adolf Hitler.
The Madame Tussauds' marketing coordinator says it's because the two figures appear in the museum's historical section:
SOUNDBITE: Natalie Rouss, Madame Tussauds Marketing Coordinator, saying (German):
"Madame Tussaud's isn't political. We just show the figures and the background. We want to inform people about history, with Anne Frank we want to show what kind of life she led and you can see what kind of sacrifices she had to make."
Madame Tussauds say they expect Anne Frank - who died aged 15 in a Nazi concentration camp - to be especially popular with school classes.
These young visitors are impressed by what Anne went through when she was the same age as them.
SOUNDBITE: Lina, 15-year-old Madame Tussauds visitor, saying (German):
"I think it's really great I was able to read Anne Frank's thoughts, and all she experienced."
And maybe seeing the figure could even inspire a new generation to read Anne Frank's diary.
Joanna Partridge, Reuters
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