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Lights of the World fair being held at Downtown Phoenix in Arizona state to conclude on January 2
The famous 'Lights of the World' fair that is organized annually during festive season that includes Christmas and New Year celebrations will conclude at US's Arizona State Fairgrounds on January 2, 2018.

It is a ticketed fair with 75 displays including wonders of the world like India's Taj Mahal. informed Facebook friend, Raj Verma, who visited the fair. He also said that some of the lighted displays were in the form of interactive exhibits and some others in the 3D projection mapping with the help of cutting-edge technology.

The fair that had started on November 16, has the displays decorated with 10 million lights and is being visited by lakhs of people from all over America. It is a craze particularly among children. The Fairground is in the heart of Downtown Phoenix in which exhibits are lighted with lanterns making use of new-age technology.

According to Verma, this time, the Lights of the World lantern displays extend from 18 to 60 feet and are showcasing features of different cultures and civilizations around the globe. The huge fair provides an educating exploration of global cultures and cuisine.

The fair also has many entertainment events, carnival rides and games which people of all ages enjoy. Moreover, there are daily performances showcasing acrobatics, dances of different kinds and music concerts for visitors to enjoy.

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