At this time of year, Christmas trees are lighted in public squares in many cities of the world. In Boston, Massachusetts, the fifty-foot Douglas fir (with sixteen thousand lights on it) that goes up at the Prudential Center in the Back Bay, regularly comes as a gift from the people of Nova Scotia.
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