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£40m makeover for Imperial War Museum London

The Imperial War Museum London has seen a spectacular £40m transformation and will reopen this week with a big exhibition commemorating World War One.
The new atrium is made up of four levels divided into different clusters, which include more than 400 objects and artworks.
New Imperial War Museum London atrium
This huge Harrier jet hangs from the ceiling of The Imperial War Museum (IWM) London, which has undergone a £40m transformation and will reopen this week.
New Imperial War Museum London atrium
Sixty of the items on show have never been seen before. Here you can see rockets, guns and a Spitfire fighter plane from World War Two.
New Imperial War Museum London atrium
The new-look Imperial War Museum London is due to reopen on 19 July.
Imperial War Museum London atrium before the refurbishment
The museum has been closed for six months to prepare for the exhibition, which has new displays to mark the centenary of World War One.
Empty imperial War Museum atrium
A huge building project involved builders digging down to make new gallery levels.
Imperial War Museum London atrium during the refurbishment