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CNN Lists Georgia Among Christmas Lights Around the World

Monte Carlo, London, Nice, New York, Rio De Janeiro, Singapore, Berlin, Geneva in addition to these major cities of the world Tbilisi could make impressions on famous TV broadcasting CNN to have listed Christmas lights around the world in 2015.

Tbilisi is meeting new year with new X-mas lights, According to City Hall, New Year’s installation has been implemented by the company “City of Lights”.

“Lightnings have not been changed since 2004, this year new decorations have been selected.”

For the first time in recent years, the large so-called chandeliers will be replaced with different decorations. The town’s lights, which cost GEL 748 000, will remain part of Christmas displays for the next couple of years.

CNN writes: “From Christian worshipers to commercial profiteers to that little house around the corner, here’s how the holidays are being lit up around the world.”

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The Dyker Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn is one of the most ethnically diverse areas in the United States. Christmas lights in the area have become a popular annual attraction, with hundreds of cars and pedestrians arriving daily to view the homes.

This year marks just the second edition of Geneva Lux Festival, which invites artists to create a Christmas atmosphere around the city center and lakeside.

Despite mostly being a Hindu country, India is festive during Christmas. St. Mary's Catholic Church in Amritsar, in the northwestern India, goes all out.

During the holidays, Berlin's big shopping centers play Snoopy to the country's quaint Christmas markets' Charlie Brown.

The Luminarie light sculpture at Singapore's Garden by the Bay becomes a huge attraction during the holiday season.

Each year a number of houses in Trinity Close in Burnham-on-Sea put on a display of thousands of festive lights. The displays raise tens of thousands of pounds for various charities and are lit every night until January 5.

Rio's most famous icon, the statue of Christ the Redeemer, was illuminated by Brazil-based French lighting designer Gaspare Di Caro atop Corcovado hill on December 23.

The 83rd version of the famed Rockefeller Center Tree was lit up on December 2.

Santa Claus reigns supreme along the Promenade des Anglais in the French Riviera city of Nice.