The Christmas tree is one of the most famous traditions in Christmas celebrations. Usually, an evergreen plant such as a pine tree is put into the house or outdoors outside Christmas, and decorated with Christmas lights and colored decorations. And put an angel or star on top of the tree.
An evergreen tree decorated with eucalyptus or pine trees with lights and decorations as part of a Christmas celebration. Modern Christmas trees originated in Germany. On December 24th each year, the Germans placed a banyan tree (the tree of the Garden of Eden) at home and hanged thin biscuits on it, symbolizing the holy cake (mark of Christian atonement). In modern times, various cookies were used instead of holy cakes, and candles that symbolize Christ were often added. In addition, there is a Christmas tower in the interior, which is a wooden triangular structure with many small grids of statues of Christ, with the evergreen branches, candles and a star. By the 16th century, the Christmas Tower and the Eden Tree were merged into a Christmas tree.