Tens of thousands of people signed books of condolence for Diana. These were contained in hundreds of books of condolences that were displayed as part of the exhibition Diana: A Celebration. That exhibition ended at Althorp 16 years after Diana's death. The books, which belong to Diana's family, are no longer on display but at some future time will no doubt constitute and important historical archive.
Hundreds of books of condolence from all over the world form part of the exhbition "Diana: A Celebration", at Althorp, Princess Diana's childhood home and burial place. Above the books, a changing display of photos is a vivid reminder of the Princess.
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