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Merry Christmas - Frohe Weihnachten - From New Germany, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Merry Christmas - Frohe Weihnachten - From a Home in New Germany, a rural community in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Please enjoy this wonderful Outdoor Christmas Decoration - the loving work and home of the Carver Family in New Germany.

Thank you for the permission to take the photographs.

Copyright: Peter pook
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 17892x8946
Uploaded: 26/12/2009
Updated: 17/09/2014
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Tags: merry christmas; seasons greetings; frohe weihnachten; frohes fest; new germany; lunenburg county; nova scotia; canada; outdoor decoration
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