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Baltimores Quirky Christmas
In this Dec. 13, 2017 photo, Christmas decorations featuring a flock of plastic pink flamingos stand in a front yard in the Hampden neighborhood of Baltimore. Known as "The Miracle on 34th Street," the dramatically over-the-top Christmas decor along a block of row houses is perhaps Baltimore's most beloved seasonal institution, attracting thousands of gawkers each December. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Feeling festive: Baltimore block decks out for the holidays

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BALTIMORE (CIRCA) — Once the holidays roll around, neighborhoods all across the country begin to hang up lights and festive decorations.

Some homeowners take it to the next level. On the 700 block of 34th street in Baltimore, every house transforms into a Christmas light wonderland every December.

This tradition first started in 1947 by a couple who loved decorating their home.

Now, thousands of visitors come to check out the one-of-a-kind light displays every year.

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