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Now that the holiday season is officially underway, Torontonians are showing off their Christmas spirit by covering their homes in festive lights and decorations.
And every year, one Toronto neighbourhood puts the rest of the city to shame with their Christmas decorations.
Homeowners on Inglewood Drive in Moore Park have been decorating their yards with identical 14-foot tall inflatable Santas for years, and it’s safe to say this neighbourhood really knows how to show off its Christmas spirit.
Referred to as ‘Kringlewood’, the annual tradition is truly a sight to see as you can see from the video shared on Twitter by Robert Gallow below.
— Robert Gallo (@RGalloTCDSB) December 10, 2017
Many houses put up their inflatable Santas in November, but now it appears there are dozens of houses decked out for the occasion.
If you’re looking to get into the festive spirit, we recommend checking out this festive display, especially at night when all the houses are lit up.
The Santas can be found off of Mount Pleasant Road near St. Clair Avenue.