Puerto Rican 19th cent. Xmas decorations of cities and towns.
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San Juan, Puerto Rico
#1 Apr 22, 2013
In old New England, their old towns are decorated with 19th century Victorian era Xmas decorations (in honor of England's 19th century Queen Victoria, who brought the ways Germans celebrated Xmas, by way of her husband German born Prince Albert, in the 1840's).
In Puerto Rico, our 19th century ways of decorating our 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th centuries towns and cities is called Isabelina style (in honor 1840's Queen Isabel II of Spain).
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