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11 things you didn’t know about Norwich’s Tunnel of Light

PUBLISHED: 17:11 14 December 2017 | UPDATED: 17:11 14 December 2017

Rainbow colours in the Tunnel of Lights on Hayhill. Picture: Courtney O'Flaherty

Rainbow colours in the Tunnel of Lights on Hayhill. Picture: Courtney O'Flaherty

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The popular Tunnel of Light is back in the city for the second year running. Have you been to visit it yet?

1. It’s 45 metres long, 4 metres high and 6 metres wide

2. The tunnel is the biggest of it’s kind in the whole of Europe

3. 57,000 lightbulbs help turn the city centre into a magical paradise

4. These lightbulbs are on over five miles of cable

5. The lights are supposed to reflect the patterns and colours of the Northern Lights

6. It cost £60,000 to produce

7. Over 200,000 extra people visited Norwich in November 2016 compared to the year before

8. There’s a special geofilter which is live on Snapchat

9. Use the hashtag #MyTunnelOfLight when you post your photos to social media

10. There is the addition of glittering tiara this year

11. The tunnel is open until Friday January 5 2018 at 5pm

The tunnel is located just opposite The Forum in the city centre, alongside Next on Hayhill.

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