A fast-food restaurant's festive window display has returned for the 2016 holiday season.
The Burger King located on Highway 441 in Cornelia, Georgia first opened its doors in 1985, and for about the last two decades nativity paintings have been used by management to represent the true meaning of Christmas.
Wednesday morning, an employee at the Burger King told FOX 5 the display went up several weeks ago. She said the windows look similar to last year's display, portraying the three wise men and baby Jesus.
Managers at the location previously told FOX 5 they don't use the same artist every year, but the response is always positive.
In year's past, FOX 5 viewers have also reported seeing similar displays at fast food chains in Ellijay and McDonough.