Season Hunt challenge, Winter is coming!

Hello, my friends.

Recently, @barbara-orenya announced the end of the autumn season and the beginning of the winter season as part of her Seasonal Hunting contest #SeasonHunt.
The theme of the first week is "ornaments".
At first, I thought that I needed to show the ornaments, which were arranged by winter itself, but it turned out that some preparation was needed for the main winter holiday, Christmas. But in Russia, the culture of celebrating Christmas disappeared during the Soviet era. Instead, the Soviet people were allowed to celebrate the New Year. The USSR died, and they never learned how to celebrate Christmas, especially since this day comes already in the new year.


In 2017-2019, I was in Milan, Barcelona, and Rome for Christmas. There is no winter there. But there are interesting Christmas ornaments there.
I really liked the festive atmosphere in Nemi, a small town in the vicinity of Rome.
And I was also in Albano Laziale on the shore of Lake Lago Albano
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What's it? Is it winter? And where is the snow? Where are the frosts? We in Russia are used to it being cold and snowy in winter. Of course, there is also no snow and cold in the southern regions of Russia, but in 2018, before going to Barcelona, we read the forecast that the temperature there dropped to -15 degrees. For 2 days. But when I was there, it was warm, it was +19. In Rome, it was also about +15 degrees. It was a little cooler in it because it is a higher level above the sea than Rome, about +8.


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Decorated pine cones on the table in a pizzeria by the lake. Nothing special, but very uplifting.


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A Christmas tree in the Vatican. We can say that this is the central Christian spruce. And it should be something special, elegant. But... let's get closer. And there's nothing special on it.
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Central Christmas tree in Rome. A lot of light bulbs gives a kind of beautiful effect. In 2017, there was a small embarrassment with a Christmas tree in Rome. A spruce tree worth 40 thousand euros turned out to be without needles, it was bald. This spruce was fluffy.


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And a little more Milan. The North of Italy.
In Milan I met many different Christmas trees. From small to large.
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And what effect of the flowing dome was created by the organizers of this beauty.


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A small Christmas tree in front of the entrance to a small cafe selling lots of delicious ice cream!


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2018 year. The World Cup in Moscow. That's how one of the residents of my city met this year!


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My modest daughter.


My girls
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I think it turned out to be a short walk as part of the #WednesdayWalk challenge project by @tattoodjay.


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