What Is a Christmas Tree Called in Germany?

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A Christmas tree in Germany is known as a Tannenbaum. It is usually a decorated evergreen coniferous tree, actual or artificial and a tradition associated with the celebration of Christmas. It is also then decorated with ornaments.
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