French city creates giant nativity scene with 3,500 figures
The city of Aubagne has set its sights on winning a Guinness World Record with its huge Christmas nativity or “crib”. Also known as santons, the crib’s miniature hand-painted terracotta figurines, traditionally made by an expert craftsman, depict scenes of daily life in southwestern villages. Aubagne’s santon makers joined together to make the crib, which consists…
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