Every year, from late November through January, more than two million tiny white lights glow in the city of St. Augustine at the annual Nights of Lights celebration. The celebration's origin can be traced back to the Spanish tradition of displaying a lighted white candle during the Christmas season. The spectacular display of Nights of Lights illuminates the entire downtown area, creating a beautiful holiday setting in historic St. Augustine.
|Cordova Street||Government House||Casablanca Inn||St. Georges Street|
|Christmas Shopping on St. Georges Street||British Nightwatch||Plaza de La Constitucion||Cathedral Place|
|Downtown Plaza||Government House Balcony|
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