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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

The streets of downtown Thomasville are filling up with people donning their best Victorian-era clothing.

The city's Victorian Christmas kicked off on Thursday at 6pm and much of the historic downtown area has been transformed into the late 1800's.

It's an award winning event that you can enjoy Thursday and Friday from 6pm until 10pm. There will be horse drawn carriage rides, strolling carolers, holiday shopping, delicious food, and Ol' St. Nick.  

Attendees don't have to dress in period costumes, but many people will model their favorite Victorian attire. 

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