Photo gallery: Christmas 2016 in Graz, Austria

November 4: The Christmas tree was put up on main square and is now getting decorated
November 4: The Christmas tree was put up on main square and is now getting decorated
November 18: The Christmas market has opened and is in full swing
November 18: The Christmas market has opened and is in full swing
November 27: Every day from 4.30pm until midnight, Christmas motifs are projected onto the facade of the Graz City Hall (Rathaus). From December 1, the facade of the City Hall will transform into a huge illuminated Advent calendar.
November 27: Every day from 4.30pm until midnight, Christmas motifs are projected onto the facade of the Graz City Hall (Rathaus). From December 1, the facade of the City Hall will transform into a huge illuminated Advent calendar.
December 3: This vintage tramway traveled back and forth, celebrating the upcoming Saint Nicolas Day (Nikolaustag)
December 3: This vintage tramway traveled back and forth, celebrating the upcoming Saint Nicolas Day (Nikolaustag)
December 3: The ice nativity scene in the Landhaus courtyard - a must see during the Christmas season.
December 3: The ice nativity scene in the Landhaus courtyard – a must see during the Christmas season.
December 4: Sunset above the roofs of Graz
December 4: Sunset above the roofs of Graz
December 19: Ferdinand Haller's Christmas tree ornaments, a traditional Christmas favorite
December 19: Ferdinand Haller’s Christmas tree ornaments, a traditional Christmas favorite
December 22: Four days in a row (and counting) of freezing temperatures and high inversion fog created this winter wonderland at the foot of Schöckl mountain. If you hike or take the cable car all the way to the top, you can escape the cold and enjoy sunshine and +6°C, thanks to thermal inversion.
December 22: Four days in a row (and counting) of freezing temperatures and high inversion fog created this winter wonderland at the foot of Schöckl mountain. If you hike or take the cable car all the way to the top, you can escape the cold and enjoy sunshine and +6°C, thanks to thermal inversion.

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