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Alexis Hyde

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Director of the Museum of Broken Relationships in Los Angeles, California

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The mementos of broken relationships usually sit in a dusty closet. So what happens when someone decides to collect them and display them to the public?

The Museum of Broken Relationships

The mementos of broken relationships usually sit in a dusty closet. So what happens when someone decides to collect them and display them to the public?

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