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Holidays at the White House

Every year, at the White House, the sharing of the holiday decorations tradition continues. The 2002 celebration of the holiday season's theme was to emphasize the role of dogs, cats, birds, horses, sheep and even alligators and raccoons in the White House.

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The magnificent White House, covered in snow! *

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The front drive way of the White House *

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Through the pillars, a beautiful view of the Washington Monument

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Amazing views scene through every window in the White House *

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The White House Age Plack

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The Blue Room holds the official White House Christmas tree. This year artisans from each state and territory were asked to create ornaments representing birds from locale *

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Two beautifully lit 18-foot Blue Spruces light up this room

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This is an example of one of the many United States native birds represented on the Official White House Christmas tree *

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The native Bald Eagle represented on this ornament *

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The gingerbread White House, a favorite among many, located in the State Dining Room *

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White House chefs enjoyed creating this 80lbs of gingerbread, 50lbs of chocolate, and 20lbs of marzipan

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This year's gingerbread White House has the family's pets on the inside and the outside

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Located in the State Dining room, this eagle made of gold hydrangea leaves stands over a mahogany center table, along with candelabra and urns from the White House vermeil collection

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This is another example of the beautiful ornaments the cover the White House during the holidays. Many of the mantels are also covered with gold and green ornaments, along with red poinsettas.

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Here in the East Room is the White House's creche, which was a gift to the White House in 1967 from Mrs. Engelhard, Jr.. The figures are made of carved wood and terra cotta and were created in Naples, Italy, in the late 18th century

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