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You Have To Know About The Knowledge Of The Christmas Tree
- Aug 24, 2017 -

          The small tradition of the Christmas tree

Christmas tree is one of the most famous traditions of Christmas celebrations. Often people in the Christmas before and after an evergreen plant such as pine into the house or outdoors, and decorated with Christmas lights and color decorations. And put an angel or star on top of the tree.

With candles and ornaments to fir tree or foreign pine up the evergreen tree, as part of the Christmas celebration. Modern Christmas tree originated in Germany. The Germans arranged a fir tree (the tree of the Garden of Eden) at the home on December 24, Adam and the Day of the Day, and hung the biscuits on it, symbolizing the sanctuary (the mark of the Christian atonement). Modern use of all kinds of cookies instead of holy bread, but also often added a symbol of Christ candles. In addition, the interior also has a Christmas tower, is a wooden triangle structure, there are many small grid placed Christ statue, the tower decorated with evergreen foliage, candles and a star. By the 16th century, Christmas towers and Eden trees were merged into Christmas trees. In the 18th century, this custom was popular among German believers, but it was popular until the 19th century and became a deeply rooted tradition in Germany. At the beginning of the 19th century, the Christmas tree spread to England; in the middle of the 19th century the Queen Victoria's husband, the German prince Albert to promote the popularity. The Victorian Christmas tree is decorated with candles, candies and pastries, and hangs on the branches with ribbons and paper chains. As early as the 17th century Christmas tree from the German immigrants to North America, to the 19th century is widely popular. In Austria, Switzerland, Poland and the Netherlands are also popular. In China and Japan, the Christmas tree was introduced by American missionaries in the 19th and 20th centuries, and decorated with colorful paper flowers.