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Lebanese-Canadian guy’s 100,000-bulb Christmas display is magical!

A Lebanese-Canadian guy named Sami Hajjar put up a Christmas display called “Frozen Land” in front of his house in Montreal. He used 100,000 Christmas bulbs! According to


, Sami has always been a fan of Christmas decorations! He plans on taking part in an American show called “The Great Christmas Light Fight” which features the craziest Christmas displays! This year’s display “took 50 hours to plan and another 300 hours to set up.” Also, Sami had to take a course to learn how to sync the lights to music. He approximately spent $50,000 on the decoration. Between 1,000 and 1,500 people showed up to the lightning event on November 26. More people started to show up to see the fascinating Christmas decoration. If you live in Montreal, you can stop by Sami’s house every day until January 5. For more information about the event, click



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Lebanese-Canadian guy's 100,000-bulb Christmas display is magical!

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