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Greek Cities Christmas Decorations.

A walk along Greek cities and their 
December 2016 Christmas Decorations.

THESSALONIKI

Thessaloniki with a 1.000.000 people metro population
is the second-largest city in Greece at the region of Central Macedonia.




This year the Christmas decorations at Aristotelous square came late, 


without traditional kiosks, tree or Santa Claus at the main square.



Aristotelous, the city’s main square, looks rather empty 
with this year’s minimalistic approach to celebrations.



The whole setup is a tribute to the refugees crisis.



Citizens reacted with mixed feelings on this approach.


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TRIKALA

Trikala with a 80.000 people population is a city in Thessaly area.




The Mill of the Elves is a Christmas thematic park taking place for a sixth year. 



The entrance is free of charge. 

Open daily from 10:00 in the morning until 22:00 at night. 



The whole area is smoke-free. 

There are daily happenings until the last day of operation, January 7 2017.


VOLOS

Volos with a 140.000 people population is also a city in Thessaly area.



The village of Santa Claus comes alive for a second year next to the municipality building.



The entrance is free of charge. 


Open daily from 10:00 in the morning until late at night. 



Young visitors can enjoy a series of activities from live shows to workshops.


A good idea is to visit the mountain of Centaurs, Pelion  


with its picturesque villages overlooking Volos.


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