Christmas trees (Or: It’s almost Christmas?)

Okay, so we still have a few weeks to go for Christmas. Though you wouldn’t know it in the Netherlands – it seems the day after Sinterklaas all of the Christmas decorations start going up. Though Marco keeps saying that Sinterklaas is a more important holiday for a kid than Christmas is…

outside Christmas tree in The Hague

This is at the Grote Markt Plein. Of course, the tree was being constructed the day after a somewhat annoying storm. It was still raining when this picture was taken, with occasional high wind gusts. But they persevered!

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