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Miracle on 34th Street Christmas Display, Baltimore, Maryland
In Baltimore, Maryland, Miracle on 34th Street is a display of holiday lights that takes place annually on the 700 block of 34th Street (between Chestnut Avenue and Keswick Road) in Baltimore's Hampden community. The display, which involves the residents of most of the houses on the block, started in 1947, and takes place between late November and early January, celebrating its 64th year this Christmas [1]. The location at the time of year becomes a major tourist attraction for visitors from all over the world, sometimes drawing more than 1000 visitors on a single evening[2]. From wikipedia.com http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miracle_on_34th_Street_(Baltimore)
Copyright: Magnus Dahlgren
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Hochgeladen: 18/12/2011
Aktualisiert: 22/07/2014


Tags: miracle; 34th street; christmas; lights; baltimore; maryland; winter; night; traffic; crowd; cameras
  • Angela Jancius 5 months ago
    It started in 1987, not 1947
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