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Europe's Largest Christmas Nativity Scene Displayed in Thessaloniki

Photo credit: twitter.com/Nikohellenophil

The largest Christmas nativity scene anywhere in Europe for 2020 is in Greece’s second-largest city of Thessaloniki, in Central Macedonia.
The impressive display, the creation of famous Greek artist Vasilis Michailides, is located inside the Cultural Center of a well-known hotel in Thessaloniki, where people can visit it, of course by practicing social-distancing measures.
The facade of the Nativity scene is approximately 15 meters in length, covering a total area of ​​about 50 square meters.
Photo credit: twitter.com/Nikohellenophil

What is even more impressive is the palace of Herod which has a height of seven meters and a length of 25.
See video of the nativity scene here:


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