Gingerbread Village returns to Seattle Sheraton

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SEATTLE -- A scrumptious holiday village is returning to Seattle's downtown Sheraton.

The annual Gingerbread Village is back this weekend, and this year it has its own room and specially lit displays.

Each house is 8 feet tall, 5 feet wide and 4 feet deep. Over 1,800 pounds of gingerbread were used to make the displays.

The houses aren't just for looks, it's all for supporting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Kids from the foundation direct the chefs and architects on the design of the structures. So far, the village has raised over $1 million for the organization.

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