National Xmas Tree 2010 Washington DC
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National Xmas Tree 2010 Washington DC

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The National Christmas is located a short distance from the White House.  The tree is a natural tree that grows there and each year is decorated for the Christmas Holiday.  This year LED lights were used to save on energy.  There are a couple of attractions in addition to the tree.  There is Santa's Workshop, manger scene, a working toy train display, and a burning yule log to keep everybody warm.

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