UK's first ever Chinese Lantern Festival opens

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UK's first ever Chinese Lantern Festival opens

The UK's first ever Chinese lantern festival has opened to the public.

The display at Chiswick House and Gardens includes 50 handmade installations and was 3 years in the making.

Lantern festivals have been staged for centuries in the Far East and are traditionally celebrated on the 15th day of the Chinese New Year.

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