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Christmas tree - In many cultures, the tree, especially coniferous, is considered a symbol of life and rebirth, continuity and fertility. As a Christmas tree appeared in the sixteenth century, but probably already occ (5×5)

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In many cultures, the tree, especially coniferous, is considered a symbol of life and rebirth, continuity and fertility. As a Christmas tree appeared in the sixteenth century, but probably already occurred as a heavenly "tree of knowledge of good and evil" in the mysteries about Adam and Eve, staged on Christmas Eve. It is a very loose and difficult relationship to determine, just like referring to the tree of the Cross of Golgotha, which, as the legend says, was smashed from the paradise tree of life. The tradition of Christmas trees was born in Alsace [2], where trees were put in and dressed with paper ornaments and apples (a reference to the paradise tree). A great supporter of this custom was Martin Luther, who recommended spending the holidays in the privacy of his home. Christmas trees so quickly became popular in Protestant Germany. Initially, they were hung from the ceiling, tip down.

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