A Christmas tree is a decorated tree, usually an evergreen conifer such as spruce
, pine, or fir or .... There were two large round tables on which were placed two
trees hung with lights and sugar or...
Dec 12, 2014 ... One can buy an upside down Christmas tree for less than $100 or one ... By the
12th century, it was being hung, upside down, from ceilings at ...
Many early Christmas Trees seem to have been hung upside down from the
ceiling using chains (hung from chandeliers/lighting hooks). Other early
There are many explanations (the shape of the crucified Christ, a tree with roots
in the sky so it ... Why would someone want an upside down Christmas tree?
In many parts of Central and Eastern Europe, Christmas trees are hung upside
down from the ceiling. Find out how the custom started.
While some are outraged or perplexed by the newest trend in holiday decorating,
some historians suggest that hanging your Christmas tree upside down is the ...
In the Middle Ages, it was common for Europeans to hang their Christmas trees
upside down. The upside down tree was said to represent the Holy Trinity.
Hanging fir trees upside down goes back to the Middle Ages, when Europeans
did it to represent the Trinity. But now, Christmas trees are ...
The Christmas tree was originally hung upside down so that pagans knew the
tree was not simply a floral decoration but was instead a symbol of Christianity.
The Upside down Christmas Trees was also considered to be the symbol of
Christianity. But the real history behind the hanging of the Trees upside down still