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The Christmas season has arrived in Tijuana. Christmas trees are for sale in lots around town, and Santas are popping out all over.
Christmas tree sales traditionally start around Nov. 20, Mexico's Revolution Day. This is before Thanksgiving, which many Tijuana residents also celebrate.
Arbolitos Ticuan has set up shop off Avenida Las Palmas in Tijuana.
The Santa at left is at the Angus Beef restaurant on Boulevard Díaz Ordaz. At right, a Santa at a pet supplies store in Las Palmas shopping center.