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Monday 16 November 2020 12:11

Vatican to keep festive spirit alive with Christmas tree in St Peter's Square

Covid-19 won't stop the Vatican from bringing Christmas cheer to Piazza S. Pietro.The Vatican is scheduled to illuminate its 2020 Christmas tree and Nativity scene in St Peter's Square at 16.30 on Friday 11 December, in a ceremony held in compliance with covid-19 regulations.The monumental Nativity scene, donated by the Abruzzo town of Castelli, will feature ceramic figures, while the Christmas tree, a 28m-high spruce, will come from Koฤevje in Slovenia, reports Vatican News. Covid-19: Vatican Museums close until 3 December The Christmas tree and Nativity scene will remain on display throughout the festive season, until 10 January 2021. Spelacchio: Rome's Christmas tree in doubt due to covid-19 rules This year the Vatican will stream Pope Francis' Christmas liturgies, which will be offered without public participation, reports Catholic News Agency (CNA).

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The Vatican is scheduled to illuminate its 2020 Christmas tree and Nativity scene in St Peter's Square at 16.30 on Friday 11 December, in a ceremony held in compliance with
covid-19
regulations. The monumental Nativity scene, donated by the Abruzzo town of Castelli, will feature ceramic figures, while the Christmas tree, a 28m-high spruce, will come from Koฤevje in Slovenia, reports Vatican News.
  • Covid-19: Vatican Museums close until 3 December
The Christmas tree and Nativity scene will remain on display throughout the festive season, until 10 January 2021.
  • Spelacchio: Rome's Christmas tree in doubt due to covid-19 rules
This year the Vatican will stream Pope Francis' Christmas liturgies, which will be offered without public participation, reports Catholic News Agency (CNA).
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