The owner of the horse chestnut tree written about by Anne Frank in her World War II diary wants to distribute some of the remains to Jewish museums in Berlin, New York, Tel Aviv and Amsterdam, the Volkskrant reports on Wednesday.
The tree blew down in last month’s storms.
Dozens of people have come forward with suggestions what to do with the giant tree. These are now being considered by the Anne Frank foundation.
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