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DAY 6: Frozen kingdom in Montreal

Aude Turcot

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Since November 26, a house puts smiles on Montreal’s kids’ faces with its 100 000 Christmas’ lights and around thirty inflatables structures.

The famous Frozen’s kingdom is now on the Jean-Bourdon avenue, Ahuntsic-Cartierville district. The owner of the house, Sami Hajjar, 24, has a passion for decorations. “It’s not easy, it’s really long, he admits, but it’s really fun!” It is really interesting to see a man that young being so interested in the holiday spirit.

A hearing experience of thunder

Visitors will have their eyes full, but also their ears! Mr. Hajjar flirted for the first time with sound technologies by synchronizing the illumination of the set with Christmas songs. He spent most of his budget and time on it.

“Second by second, you have to listen to the song, and there are 500 cases to program,” he says.

A colossal work!

With 100 000 Christmas lights, 30 inflatables structures, with 50 000$ of budget and over 300 hours of work. From 6 pm to 10 pm, every evening until January 5, on Jean-Bourdon Avenue, in Montreal, the magical house is open to amaze kids during winter.

 

Written by Aude Turcot

Editing by Annie Létourneau and Maria Pena

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