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Bethlehem in Redwood City
December 26, 2013, 05:00 AM

Tom Jung/Daily Journal

Aldwin Del Rosario and sons Beaver and Victor get to know Charlie the camel. The Del Rosario family portrayed residents of Bethlehem.

King Herod and his court greet visitors to Bethlehem A.D. 2013 on Monday. The three-day event was held in Redwood City and depicted Bethlehem as it would have appeared 2000 years ago. The recreation of the city included Roman tax collectors, shops, a potter, a carpenter and live domestic animals of the period.



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