“‘symbols’ is the short and apt name for an LGBTQ-themed art installation in London at the moment. It consists of 30 LGBTQ pride flags hung in the interior of Leadenhall Market.

One of the oldest markets in the UK capital, Leadenhall has a history dating back to the 14th century. The current building dates back to 1881 and features a distinctive ornate roof, painted green, maroon and cream, and cobbled floors (it was used as Diagon Alley in the first Harry Potter movie)…”

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