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Christmas pictures from around the world – Telegraph

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/christmas/8179188/Christmas-pictures-from-around-the-world.html?image=14

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas – Telegraph

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/christmas/christmas-picture-galleries/8974958/Its-beginning-to-look-a-lot-like-Christmas.html?image=3

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Christmas 2011 Around The World (PHOTOS)

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/12/25/christmas-2011-around-the-world_n_1169407.html#s572906&title=Jakarta_Indonesia

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All around the world, people are gathering to celebrate Christmas.

In Bethlehem, hundreds flock to St. Catherine’s church for a mass at Jesus’ traditional birthplace.

Barcelona honors the holiday with its annual Traditional Christmas Swimming Cup.

Cubans celebrate with elaborate feasts and song. The country is preparing for a March visit from Pope Benedict XVI, the first from a pontiff in over a decade.

The Philippines faces a darker Christmas than most. After floods devastated the southern region, thousands are forced to spend the holiday in emergency shelters.

In New York, Archbishop Timothy Dolan led midnight mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, with Mayor Michael Bloomberg in attendance.

Check out photos from Christmas celebrations around the world:

 

Christmas Images from Around the World in 2011 [PHOTOS] – International Business Times

 

http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/272134/20111223/christmas-images-around-world-2011-photos.htm

Christmas is here and global citizens are celebrating the holiday with spectacular decorations, giant ornamented trees and thousands of glittering lights. Christmas images from around the world show a stunning display of joy and harmony during this time of year. 

The iconic Rockefeller Center tree was lit in Midtown Manhattan on Nov. 30 to mark the start of the Christmas season. The tree lighting ceremony attracted thousands of people to New York City, to watch celebrity performances and bask in the glow of holiday cheer. This year, the tree is from Mifflinville, Penn., and stands 74-feet tall. It is illuminated by 30,000 lights stretching five miles. The tree will stay lit until Jan. 7. 

The White House welcomed its Christmas tree on Nov. 25. It stands in the Blue Room of the White House at 19-feet tall. The balsam fir was cut down from Schroeder’s Forevergreens near Neshkoro, Wisconsin. The trees at the D.C. building are covered in LED lights, which are environmentally friendly. 

President Obama and First Lady Michelle posed for their family Christmas Card on Dec. 11 with daughters Malia and Sasha. 

In Vatican City, Pope Benedict XVI attended an audience with the Roman Curia for Christmas greetings, in the Sala Clementina of the Apostolic Palace, in Vatican City. At 10 pm Rome time on Saturday, Pope Benedict will lead the Christmas midnight mass. On Sunday, from the central balcony of the Vatican Basilica, he will share his Christmas message and send his blessing “Urbi et Orbi” (to the world), reports The Vatican Radio. 

Take a look at Christmas images from around the world. 

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Christmas around the world, 2011

http://www.watoday.com.au/photogallery/world/christmas-around-the-world-2011-20111225-1p9a2.html

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