Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Star

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Star

While North Pole, Alaska, was named with a financial future in mind, Bethlehem was born on Christmas Eve, 1741, founded by missionaries who set up a commune on the banks of Pennsylvania's Lehigh River. Today, Bethlehem is known as "Christmas City, USA," and it keeps a 91-foot-tall star (made of Bethlehem steel) lit from 4:30 p.m. until midnight every day of the year.

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