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- 41st Wedding Anniversary - “Wedding Days” at The John Lennon Museum

The John Lennon Museum (Junichi Mizusawa, General Manager of the Museum/ Chuo-ku, Saitama-city) will be holding the event “Wedding Days” for three days from March 20th through March 22nd in celebration of John and Yoko’s wedding anniversary on March 20th.

John and Yoko registered their marriage in British Gibraltar on March 20, 1969. Celebrating John and Yoko’s 41st wedding anniversary, married couples and couples will get free admission for one person. In addition, those who make a purchase in the Museum Shop will receive a commemorative gift.

<Outline of Wedding Days>
Period: March 20 - 22, 2010
Intended for: Married couples and couples
Privilege: Free admission for one person, and those who make a purchase in the Museum Shop will receive a commemorative gift.

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