These 7 lavish Christmas trees of 2015 will stun you beyond imagination!
It is December and as it snows, countries around the world await the arrival of Christmas. Every year, Christmas celebrations help people get together, meet near and dear ones, and celebrate the feeling of oneness. Small things like the arrival of Santa Claus with a bag full of gifts, the Christmas Carols being sung on the streets and the countless delicacies and cakes baked in each house reveal the beauty of Christmas. Children take great pleasure in decorating the Christmas tree and hanging the stockings.
It is just about two weeks short of Christmas and the nations of the world have come up with some truly impressive and lavish Christmas trees that will leave any viewer or onlooker stunned. Read along to know what is so unique about these extravagant Christmas trees this year.
1 Christmas Tree at Federation Square, Melbourne, Australia
As a child, if you have enjoyed playing with Lego Blocks, this spectacular Christmas tree at Federation Square is going to leave you stunned. This fabulous Christmas tree is made by combining half a million Lego bricks.
This dazzling Christmas tree soars 10m high, making it the largest Lego Christmas tree in the Southern Hemisphere.Chris Steininger, the Lego Master Builder is going to design a fresh new star for this Christmas tree.
2 Christmas Tree at West Side of the US Capital Building, Washington DC, US
The Capitol Christmas Tree has been a tradition in the US. The first Capitol Christmas tree was a 24 foot Douglas Fir planted in the west lawn in 1964. The tree died in a 1968 storm and ever since the US Department of Agriculture Forest Service has been providing the Capitol Christmas trees.
Counted among one of the most lavish Christmas trees, this year’s Capitol Christmas tree is a Lutz Spruce that is 74 feet tall and 90 year old. It has been harvested from Alaska’s Chugach National Forest. The tree will be decorated by ornaments designed by thousands of school children as the tradition goes.
3 Christmas Tree at St Pancras International Station, London, UK
A 14m high Christmas tree made entirely of soft toys, stands tall at the St Pancras International Station in London, UK. Roughly 2000 soft toys, including the most famous Disney characters, made up the vast Christmas tree in London.
The judge of ‘Strictly Come Dancing’, Alesha Dixon, was the one to add the last toy to this giant Christmas tree and unveil the festive occasion.
4 LED Christmas Tree at Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan’s largest public Christmas tree is made of LED and is 118 feet tall. It is located at Banqiao District’s Taipei City Hall Citizens Plaza. The light show from this lavish Christmas tree spans a diameter of 320kms. This gorgeous LED Christmas tree draws a huge crowd each day to watch the splendid display.
5 Christmas Tree at Quezon City, Philippines
The Christmas Tree at Quezon city has been a tradition since the year 1981. This year, they have a tall, dazzling Christmas tree in Araneta Center, Quezon City, Philippines. The tree is perfectly illuminated and is definitely a great attraction.
6 Christmas Tree in Prague, Czech Republic
CeskaLipa’s Spruce that was destined to be cut down, will have one final and memorable Christmas. It has been chosen to be the Christmas Tree at Old Town Square in Prague, Czech Republic.
This 24 metres tall spruce tree is approximately 50 to 65 years old. There were 25 trees in competition and finally this spruce tree that grew in the land of a private company was chosen to be the Christmas tree at Christmas Market.
7 Christmas Tree in Turin, Italy
Italy is always known to be graceful and romantic. Another among the most lavish Christmas trees, this year’s Christmas tree at Piazza Castello in Italy lives upto the romantic mood. This fabulous and dazzling tree was inaugurated with a choir by children on December 1, 2015. The Mayor Piero Fassino was present for this inauguration event.
With the inauguration of these amazingly beautiful and lavish Christmas trees, the world has started the festivities and is getting soaked in the festival feeling day-by-day.