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Dickens Victorian Village in Cambridge, Ohio

Every fall, a strange, eerie scene descends upon the street in a rust-belt midwestern town. Bathed in the surreal glow of the street lights, characters inspired by the works of Charles Dickens add a touch of Victorian ambiance to the brisk air. More than 150 effigies fashioned after Dickens-based Victorian era characters stare into the distance from 92 dioramas as they decorate Cambridge, Ohio’s main street from Thanksgiving to New Years.
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