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Dyker Heights Christmas lights 2018: Photos of holiday cheer

Rockefeller Center might have the biggest tree in town, but Dyker Heights is all about the decorations. 

The Brooklyn neighborhood is famous for its next-level Christmas displays featuring twinkling lights, fake snow, massive wreaths and inflatable decorations galore. 

Interested in seeing them for yourself? You'll want to head to the area between 11th and 13th avenues and 83rd and 86th streets. But why stand in the frigid cold when you can just peep the photos below? 

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Welcome to the wonderful world of Dyker Heights' Christmas lights!

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Each house has its own distinct theme, but all of them bring joy to the masses.

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Snowmen abound, even if it's not a white Christmas.

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This house looks sweet enough to eat.

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In Dyker Heights, every tree is a Christmas tree.

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Even the statues get in on the Christmas action.

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Nothing is safe from Christmas lights in Dyker Heights, not even Rudolph.

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Santa Claus is comin' to town. 

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A wreath fit for a Christmas giant.

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Every house sparkles and shines for the holidays.

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It wouldn't be Christmas without inflatable lawn ornaments! This house has enough for the whole block.

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This house takes the whole monochromatic approach to Christmas lights.

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The seemingly unending arches at this Dyker Heights home give off a "Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors" vibe.

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Some homes choose to go with a more classic Christmas lights look.

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Can you spot the ornaments?

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Candy canes? ✔ Snowmen? ✔ Santa? ✔ Giant wreath? ✔ Plenty of lights? ✔ This house has it all.

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Every day is a snow day at this Dyker Heights home.

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Frosty and the gang are here for the holidays.

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No detail is left out when it comes to decorating in this neighborhood.

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Santa is the star of the show at this house.

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Crowds of people flock to Dyker Heights every year to "ooh and aah" at the elaborate decorations.

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And to take photos for Instagram, of course.

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This house has a simple but effective message for all its visitors.

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