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33 days of Christmas in Nigerian port

By Sam Olukoya

Calabar, a sea port city in south-east Nigeria, celebrates Christmas for 33 days - making it a place to have fun during the festive season.The Christmas festival, which runs from 31 November to 1 January, includes colourful cultural events, concerts, a regatta, fashion shows and a film festival. The high point is the Calabar carnival, considered by many Africa’s biggest street party.

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