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No one decks the halls quite like the Obama family.

The White House has been transformed for the family’s last holiday living there, complete with snowball arches, a 19-foot Douglas fir tree, and a gingerbread replica of their famous address.

Step inside 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to see how the First Family celebrates Christmastime.

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Each year, the First Family chooses a theme.

2016’s pick was “The Gift of the Holidays.”

The Associated Press reported the theme was selected “to reflect the joy of giving and receiving, along with such gifts as service, friends, family, education and good health.”

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