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Is to celebrate Christmas day tradition in one of the most famous. Before and after Christmas are usually put in an evergreen plants such as trees get into the house or outdoors, and Christmas ornaments and decorative color. And put an angel or star on top of the tree.
And accessories used or put Larch fir tree decorated with evergreen, as part of activities to celebrate Christmas day. Modern Christmas tree originated in Germany. Germany each year on December 24, that Adam and Eve Festival, arranged at a home fir tree (the tree of the Garden of Eden),cookies will be thin, the symbol of saint cake (Christians mark Yom Kippur). To use all kinds of modern saint cookies instead of cake, but also often a symbol of Christ with Candle. In addition, the interior also has a Christmas tower, is a triangular wooden structure, there is much on the small plane grid to place the statue of Christ, body decorated with evergreen branches and leaves, candles and a star. To the 16th century tower and the Garden of Eden Christmas tree into a Christmas tree.
The 18th century, such custom Lutheran followers in Germany quite popular, but was popular until the 19th century the country has become deep-rooted tradition in Germany. The early 19th century, the Christmas tree spread to the United Kingdom; the mid-19th century Queen Victoria's husband, Prince Albert of Germany to promote the universal. Victorian Christmas tree decorated with candles, candy and cake designs, with ribbons and paper chains hanging on the branches. Christmas tree in the early 17th century by German immigrants to North America, to the 19th century is widely popular. In Austria, Switzerland, Poland and the Netherlands are also very popular. In China and Japan, the Christmas tree on the 19th and 20th century missionaries imported from the United States, many decorated with colorful paper flower.



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