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London lights up for Lumiere festival

If you're feeling gloomy in the winter darkness, this London light show is for you...
The UK's capital city is lighting up for a four-day light festival called Lumiere London. Here's one of the spectacular transformations of a building taking part. Westminster Abbey has been lit-up in rainbow-coloured fashion.
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If you're missing the Christmas lights during these cold and dark January nights here's a way to brighten them up. How about taking a stroll through these light pyramids on your walk home from school?
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There are more than 50 pieces of artwork lighting up the city include some bright animals near to the busy Leicester Square, like this frog. Ribbit!
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This light artwork is called Waterlicht and is on display near London's King's Cross station. These dogs are getting involved too, with their light-up collars. Looking good guys!
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Nearby are these illuminated flower-like reflectors too. There are thousands of them - a tribute to fields of wheat that shimmer in the wind as the seasons pass. And they're clearly a good photo op too!
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Here's something very familiar - a desk lamp. This one has a slight difference to one you might have at home - it's absolutely gigantic!
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