Christmas in Tivoli

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Christmas in Tivoli

Every year Tivoli is decorated with an abundant amount of elfs, lights and ornaments in order to celebrate Christmas. It is a tradition for many Danes to visit Tivoli this time of year to get into the Christmas spirit. The children may visit Santa Claus or go on one of the many rides in the amusement park, while the grown ups may enjoy shopping in one of the many Christmas stands or watch the beautiful light show accompanied with classical music at the lake.

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