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Rockefeller Christmas tree cut, on the way to NYC

USATODAY.com Thursday, 7 November 2019
The 77-foot tall Norway Spruce that will be the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree for the 2019-2020 season was cut down and placed onto a trailer before starting its journey into New York City from Orange County, New York Thursday. (Nov. 7)
 
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News video: Iconic 2019 Rockefeller Christmas tree arrives in New York City

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The 2019 Rockefeller Christmas tree has arrived in New York City, New York, on Saturday (November 9). The iconic Rockefeller Center has been a staple of the holiday season for 80 years.

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