Christmas Tree Lighting in Trafalgar Square


This year I went to Trafalgar Square with my Fujifilm Natura to take pictures of the 65th tree to come to London from the city of Oslo.

For 65 years, Trafalgar Square always had a large Norwegian tree given by the city of Oslo as a sign of gratitude for Britain’s assistance during World War II.

The lighting ceremony took place at 6pm, after the lighting of the tree, you can listen to St Martin in the Fields choir and the Salvation Army.

The tree will be in Trafalgar Square until the 5th of January, 2012. To get there, you can either take the tube to Picadilly Circus, Leicester Square or Charing Cross.

written by blondielocks on 2011-12-15 #places #location #night-on-the-town #christmas-tree-lighting-trafalgar-square-2011

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