- Christmas tree - Wikipedia
A Christmas tree is a decorated tree, usually an evergreen conifer such as spruce, pine, or fir or an artificial tree of similar appearance, associated with the celebration of Christmas The modern Christmas tree was developed in medieval Livonia (present-day Estonia and Latvia) and early modern Germany, where Protestant Germans brought decorated trees into their homes
- First Christmas Tree Riga Latvia in year 1510 - Patricia LTD
The most splendid building in the Square is the House of Blackheads originally built in 1334, and now rebuilt in 1995 - 1999), which hosted a brotherhood of unmarried foreign merchants
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The Norway Spruce is the most widespread, fastest growing, largest and most disease resistant spruce in the northern hemisphere It is used extensively for windbreaks through out Canada and the United States
- All about the Christmas tree: Pagan origins, Christian . . .
The Prophet Jeremiah condemned as Pagan the ancient Middle Eastern practice of cutting down trees, bringing them into the home and decorating them
- History of Christmas Trees - HISTORY
Long before the advent of Christianity, plants and trees that remained green all year had a special meaning for people in the winter Discover the history of the Christmas tree, from the earliest
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- Christmas Tree Skirt - Gallentine
Christmas Tree Skirt Picture Christmas Tree Skirt by Ann V Gallentine Note: Corrected Pattern - December 2005 This simple and quick to make Christmas Tree Skirt pattern is made up of 7 identical sections that are sewed together into a circle
- The History of Christmas - Ben Best
Christmas Cards were introduced in 1843 (the same year A CHRISTMAS CAROL was first published) by Sir Henry Cole, an English businessman and patron of art The card was designed by John Calcott Horsley, and helped popularize the expression "Merry Christmas" Cole printed a thousand cards and sold them as a means to simplify the sending of Christmas greetings