This year’s Christmas tree that will be displayed on Prague’s Old Town Square will be given to the city as a gift by the town of Vrchlabí, the Association of Christmas Markets announced on Friday. The tree, which measures over 27 metres, will arrive in the Czech capital on November 24 when the annual Christmas market will open on the square. A celebratory lighting ceremony of the tree will take place on November 28. when the traditional Christmas market will open on Prague’s Old Town Square.
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