(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - The Children's Museum of Indianapolis has dedicated a new sculpture depicting Anne Frank's diary in its new Anne Frank Peace Park.
The piece was created by Michael Donham of Accent Limestone in Spencer, Indiana.
The museum is home to the power of children: making a difference exhibit, the only permanent Anne Frank exhibit in the U.S. approved by the Anne Frank Center USA and the Anne Frank House.
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis will also receive and plant a sapling from the Horse Chestnut Tree that still stands outside the secret annex in Amsterdam.
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