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most spectacular christmas trees in the world

I’m crazy about them, especially the ones from different town or cities. some of them are amazing, some of them are meh, some of them are so & so. every city with its budget. & some of the Christmas trees are different. made from Lego pieces,from food, from recycled bottles, etc. have a look on these spectacular Christmas trees.


#5 Floating Christmas Tree – Brazil

you can view this spectacular Christmas tree in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. the tree is situated in Rodrigo de Freitas lagoon & it is illuminated by 3.3 million lights. the floating Christmas tree is 85 meters tall & weighs 542 tons.

Floating Christmas Tree – Brazil

Floating Christmas Tree – Brazil



#4 Lego Christmas Tree – Malaysia

created from 400.000 Lego bricks, this Christmas tree is located in Malaysia. also, the tree is decorated with 260 Lego ornaments & weighs more than 6.000 kg. it took a 9-people team to build this spectacular Christmas tree in almost 10 weeks.

Lego Christmas Tree – Malaysia

Lego Christmas Tree – Malaysia



#3 Umbrella Christmas Tree – London

also known as the ‘Christmas Rain’, this Christmas tree is 30 feet tall & stands imposing in The Goring’s garden.

Umbrella Christmas Tree – London

Umbrella Christmas Tree – London



#2 Macaron Christmas Tree – North Carolina

this is my favorite tree for our top list of the most spectacular Christmas trees in the world. it looks so yummy! pastry chefs at the Ritz-Carlton in Charlotte, North Carolina have designed this spectacular Christmas tree. the tree is 2.4 meters tall & it’s made of 8.000 delicious macarons. do you want the recipe? the Christmas tree required 10.008 egg whites, 15 cups of water, 57 cups of almond flour, 57 cups of sugar & 57 cups of powdered sugar.

Macaron Christmas Tree – North Carolina

Macaron Christmas Tree – North Carolina



#1 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree – New York

this is WOW! the Christmas tree is placed annually in Rockefeller Center. the tree is usually a Norway Spruce, 21 to 30 meters tall. it has been put every year in Rockefeller Center since 1933.

Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree – New York

Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree – New York




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