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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas throughout Lebanon. As the commercialized holiday draws closer, Christmas decorations have popped across the country, from north to south and east to west. From the most creative to the most spectacular, The Daily Star breaks down the most impressive of all the lights, trees and other decorations. There are other decorations around the city including non-pine trees that are adorned with beautiful orb-shaped ornaments of gold and red. That being said, any tree with the appropriate decorations is a Christmas tree! The major attraction though is in Sassine Square, where the biggest tree is adorned with large, red, orb-shaped ornaments and a large star on top.A large star rests atop of this tree and a Christmas market is there to go along with it.One tree in particular is adorned with large gold ornaments and red fabric that reads, "Merry Christmas".The big attraction though is the Coca-Cola tree.Outside the tree are a number of small, white houses making up a pleasant Christmas village.
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