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Designer trees from around the world light up Moscow's Christmas festival

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Designer trees from around the world light up Moscow's Christmas festival

Designer trees from around the world light up Moscow's Christmas festival

People in Moscow are being treated to a spectacular display of Christmas trees themed on cities from around the world, an attempt to cheer up Russians as the COVID pandemic continues to restrict travel this holiday season.


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