Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Christmas tree in England


Every year give Norway one big Christmas tree to England. This big Christmas tree is at Trafalgar Square in London. The Christmas tree is a gift from Norway to England. Norway gives the tree because England helps Norway to be free from the Germany in the World War II. Norway gives the first Christmas tree in 1947. Today has Norway gives total 64 Christmas trees. When this Christmas tree shall cut down it is a tradition as Oslo and London mayor shall cut the tree down together.
 
It more than Oslo as gives Christmas tree to other cities in other countries. Bergen gives tree to Newcastle. Trondheim gives tree to Hamburg.         

2 comments:

  1. Hi Tobias,
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    Merry Christmas from Leah and Kiera

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  2. Thanks and merry christmas to you

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