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Amsterdam red light district
The red light district of Amsterdam (Rosse Buurt in Dutch), also known as Red Light, is a central district of the city of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Famous for its history, its architecture, its cultural life and for being one of the most liberalized neighborhoods in the world in terms of attitude towards prostitution, drugs and sexual diversity.
The red light district consists of three different districts: De Wallen: "the walls", the most famous of them, Singelgebied and Ruysdaelkade.
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ING Groep N.V. (NYSE: ING), also called Internationale Nederlanden Groep, is a Dutch-based financial institution that offers banking, insurance and investment services.
In 2008 ING had more than 130,000 employees and more than 85 million customers. It has offices in Canada, Argentina, Spain, Luxembourg, France, Italy, United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Belgium, Austria, Australia, Poland and Romania. It is the parent of the virtual bank ING Direct, which operates in Australia, Canada, the US, United Kingdom, Spain and elsewhere. In 2007 it was one of the 20 largest institutions in the world in terms of market capitalization and according to the Global 500 ranking of Fortune magazine, the seventh largest company in the world.
However, the group has been severely affected by the crisis and in November 2009 announced that, in a process to be completed in 2013, it will carry out its insurance, investment and some additional assets divisions to become a smaller institution. and focused on the European market., The company's assets in much of America were purchased by the Sura Group of Colombia, acquiring the company's operations in Colombia, Mexico, Chile, Peru and Uruguay for a value of US $ 3,614 million.
The headquarters of ING is in Amsterdam and is popularly known as an [[autonomous building]
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Anne Frank House
The Anne Frank House (in Dutch: Annefrankhuis) at the Prinsengracht in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, is a museum dedicated to the Jewish war diarist Anne Frank, who hid from the Nazi persecution with her family and seven others in the attic and the attic of the building, covered the entrance by a false bookcase. As well as the preservation of the hiding place - known in Dutch as Achterhuis - and an exhibition on the life and times of Anne Frank, the museum functions as a space to highlight all forms of persecution, discrimination.
It opened its doors on May 3, 1960 with the help of a public subscription, three years after a foundation was established to protect the home of a company that sought to demolish the area.
Now, it is already possible to take a virtual tour of the site, through Google Arts & Culture. On June 12, 2019, Anne Frank turned 90. In this way, through 360 degree records, it is possible to visualize the various rooms of the property, as well as the room that Ana had to hide with her sister, Margot.