The Christmas tree is an evergreen tree decorated with candle and decorations, as part of the Christmas celebrations. The modern Christmas tree originated in Germany.
The Germans set up a fir tree (the Tree of Eden) at home on December 24 each year, Adam and Eve, and hung biscuits on it, symbolizing the holy bread (Christian redemption mark). In modern times, the use of various cookies instead of the holy bread, often accompanied by a symbol of Christ candle. In addition, the interior is also equipped with a Christmas tower, is a wooden triangular structure, with many small shelves placed on the statue of Christ, the tower decorated with evergreen foliage, candles and a star. By 16th century, the Christmas tower and the Garden of Eden were merged into Christmas trees.