IN PICTURES. This is how Christmas decorations look in the city of Oaxaca

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This holiday season the streets of the Historic Center of the city of Oaxaca are illuminated with hundreds of lights and Christmas ornaments.

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The Christmas spirit has flooded the streets of the city of Oaxaca, which after the Covid-19 pandemic come to life with decorations to celebrate this time. The inhabitants of the capital and visitors can appreciate from hanging piñatas, lights that surround the central kiosk, and a replica of the Mitla tree that is made with confetti.

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Photo: Mario Arturo Martínez

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The tourist walkway of the Historic Center of the Oaxacan capital is the best option to walk and observe the various Christmas decorations. 


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At the state level, Oaxaca will celebrate Christmas with a green traffic light, which will continue until December 26. Although the risk is low, “we must continue to apply all prevention measures,” said the Oaxaca Health Services (SSO).

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In addition to these unique ornaments that can be seen in the city, in Oaxaca this season the Night of Radishes takes place, a tradition that takes place on December 23, the day before Christmas Eve, and consists of creating and displaying designs specials made from radish and other plants.

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The Oaxaca Post