It's only August but Christmas has come early in one city in northern Spain. Vigo has already started putting up its Christmas lights as it plans to have the world's largest display when the holiday season rolls around.
It is putting them in place earlier this year than normal, because the protocols put in place to protect workers against COVID-19 could slow down proceedings.
The Christmas lighting will cover 334 streets and 450 trees with 2700 ornaments and ten million LED lights. In an attempt to boost tourism, his city has spent €800,000 ($949,348) on the lighting.