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Dec. 16, 2011

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Christmas is around the corner, so here's a photo list of some of the gingerbread houses I could easily live in, eat and forever marvel.

Gingerbread Igloo
Gingerbread Igloo

Gingerbread Mansion

Victorian Gingerbread House

Gingerbread Mill

An incredibly beautiful Gingerbread Log Cabin

Fractal Gingerbread House

For all the math geeks who want to celebrate the holidays in their own way, try out the Fractal Gingerbread House. There may not be infinite surface area, but why not make your inedible masterpiece an ode to a beautiful pattern instead of some dumpy looking house?
[Not that any of these are dumpy!]

This is a picture of the giant gingerbread house at the Grand Floridian, Disneyland

Le Parker Meridien Gingerbread Wonderland 2011 in New York

To benefit the hunger-fighting nonprofit City Harvest, this hotel invites local restaurants and bakeries to submit beautiful gingerbread houses for a yearly contest. The public is welcome to view the display — which includes this impressive replica of the Central Park Boathouse — in the lobby's 56th Street atrium and can vote on a favourite by donating $1.

Haunted Gingerbread House

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