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Looking a Little Less Like Christmas

by / Monday, 12 January 2015 / News Category CITY ROOM

Christmas trees were taken to Tompkins Square Park in Manhattan on Sunday as part of New York City’s annual MulchFest. Trees were recycled at chipping sites in all five boroughs.

Source:: Looking a Little Less Like Christmas

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