The Christmas Tree Originated In Germany

The Christmas tree has a very rich Christian religious meaning, it can represent: the garden of the tree, the crucifixion of the life of the tree, John apostles in the "silent record" mentioned in the gods see the tree of life, Christmas Tree Every month gave birth to twelve groups of fruit with therapeutic effect. Christmas tree decoration and small gifts, more festive auspicious meaning.


The Christmas tree is probably derived from the religious drama of the early Middle Ages - the 'paradise', which will be staged in the temporary chapel or town square in Europe.

This drama tells the story of mankind from 'the creation of the grandparents' in the paradise' until the 'Jesus Christ was born in the cold.' Christmas Tree On the stage there will always be a tree hanging from the apple, a symbol of paradise trees.

Soon, people began a Christmas custom: at home 'paradise tree' hanging gifts, but also point the candle to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ for human recapture paradise.

Modern Christmas trees originated in Germany, and later gradually popular in the world, as Christmas celebrations in one of the most famous tradition. Often people in the Christmas before and after an evergreen plant such as pine into the house or outdoors, Christmas Tree and decorated with Christmas lights and color decorations. And put an angel or star on top of the tree.

The Christmas tree is an evergreen tree with candles and ornaments that decorate fir trees or pines as part of the Christmas celebration. Modern Christmas tree originated in Germany. On December 24th, the Germans arranged a fir tree (the tree of the Garden of Eden) at home and placed the biscuits on it, symbolizing the sanctuary (the mark of the Christian atonement). Modern use of all kinds of cookies instead of holy cookies, but also often add a symbol of Christ candles. In addition, the interior also has a Christmas tower, Christmas Tree is a wooden triangle structure, there are many small grid placed Christ statue, the tower decorated with evergreen branches and leaves, candles and a star. By the 16th century, Christmas towers and Eden trees were merged into Christmas trees.