Museum of Broken Relationships

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This is such a lovely, quirky and poignant exhibition. Everyday objects represent a relationship that’s ended. The objects and their stories have been donated by different poeple from all over the world. It’s interesting to see how one’s relationship can be summed up by an object.

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The exhibition ends September 4th. 38 Earlham Street, WC2H 9LH London

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