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The World's Weirdest Christmas Trees


The tradition of the Christmas tree was started way back in the 16th Century in Germany. The evergreen coniferous is proudly decorated with garlands, tinsels, baubles, Christmas lights etc. Real or artificial, it is a tradition deeply rooted in all families during Christmas.

As with all family traditions, there are some who like to stand out from the rest. Check out these weird Christmas Trees:

Weird Trees

1. The Pac-Man Christmas Tree: Made in Madrid Spain, used colored LED's to represent the classic arcade game.
Weird Trees

2. The Sushi Christmas Tree: Made in Japan, is not only ingenious but utterly delish.
Weird Trees

3. The Potato Christmas Tree: Made in Lima Peru, the tree is made using of 98kgs (216lbs) of potatoes.
Weird Trees

4. The Chocolate Christmas Tree: Made in France, is 32 feet high and created by Patrick Rogers in his laboratory in Paris.
Weird Trees

5. The Artificial Christmas Tree: No its not mirage, its true. A seven story tree was made using 350 artificial Christmas trees.
Weird Trees

6. The Knitted sleeves Christmas Tree: Made in the UK, this unusual tree was the brain child of the Eden Project and used 1000 knitters between the ages of 4 to 96. Even the gifts were knitted.
Weird Trees

7. The Recycled Bottles Christmas Tree: Made in Sydney Australia, this tree is made by green plastic bottles with the blue lids left on to give the tree its dramatic effect.
Weird Trees

8. The LEGOŽ Christmas Tree: Standing at 30 feet, the tree is made of over 245,000 DUPLOŽ bricks and is decorated using 240 lego ornaments.
Weird Trees

9. The Midas Christmas Tree: Japanese jeweller, Ginza Tanaka created a gold Christmas tree using 21 carat gold in 2006, costing $850,000.
Weird Trees

10. The Bling Bling Christmas Tree: Singaporean jeweller Soo Kee dazzled the world with his 21,798 diamonds totalling 913 carats and 3,762 crystal beads Christmas Tree.


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