An exhibition of photographs by prominent photographer Robert Vano showing gay and lesbian couple who want to enter into a regular marriage is now on show at Prague’s Main Railway Station. The exhibition titled “One Love, One Marriage” also brings the story of each couple.
The exhibition is expected to travel all around the country between now and November. It is part of a broader effort to drum up support for a bill which would give gays and lesbians the right to enter into a regular marriage.
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