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Facade of the devil house in Arnhem, Netherlands Royalty Free Stock Photo
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Facade of the devil house in Arnhem, Netherlands Royalty Free Stock Photo
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The house of the devil
Facade of the devil house in Arnhem, Netherlands Royalty Free Stock Photo
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The Virgin Mary statue that now stands at the top of the Fourvière balisica (Lyon) should have been inaugurated on the 8th september 1852. Unfortunately, because of the weather conditions that inauguration was postponed to the 8th december 1852. Then, that very day, the weather turned to be rainy, therefore some of the scheduled fetes were canceled (even if the statue was inaugurated). Nevertheless some unhabitants decided to light small candles set on the frames of their windows to celebrate that event. That bright idea was approved by many and it became a habit to light candles on the 8 of december. During the 80's the town of Lyon decided to transform that religious fete into a big event, the F?te des Lumi?res (Lights Fest) and to illuminate differently every year some of main buildings of Lyon around the 8th december. Here is St Paul Railway station


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