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Christmas tree arrives at New York’s Rockefeller Center for December 2 ceremony

Christmas tree arrives at New York’s Rockefeller Center for December 2 ceremony

Daddy Al’s General Store in Oneonta, New York donated a 75-foot Norway spruce tree to serve as the world’s most famous Christmas tree. It arrived at Rockefeller Center on Saturday and will be decorated over the course of the coming weeks and a ceremony on December 2, will feature the lighting of more than 5 miles of lights. There will be no in-person audience, but NBC shall broadcast the ceremony.

Khwahish
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Tim
Tim 2 months

And every year it makes me miss home. To beautiful event always cold is a butt crack out there but that really helps bring America and New York together for Christmas time

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