The 12 Days of City Christmas Trees: New York City to London

Oh happiness, Christmas trees and Christmas cheer.  Stereo typical happiness with the magic of awesomely decorated trees.

1: Covent Garden Christmas Tree
Covent Garden, London
This stunning tree is a landmark of sparkling beauty in London’s popular Covent Garden.

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2: Jack Daniels Whisky Barrel Tree
Covent Garden, London
If you’d thought you could get drunk on the holidays you were exactly right.  Over 8 meters tall, originating in the heart of America (Lynchburg Tennessee), this tree is a whisky lover’s dream. “This year the biggest gift isn’t under the tree, it is the tree.” So, bottoms up!

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Trafalgar Square, London
Admire the architecture of the British National Gallery or take a seat on the steps nearby to hear carollers sing enchanting holiday tunes.

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4: Lego Advent Calendar Tree
Covent Garden, London
Security, guarding the Lego Advent Calendar, has a tough job; everyone who visits this unique Christmas display wants to play!  A countdown to the 25th reveals a new window of miniature spirited Lego structures daily.

12 Days of Christmas Trees From Nyc to London

5: Rockefeller Center Tree
Rockefeller Center, New York City
During the Great Depression, Rockefeller tree brought hope in times of despair.  Now, probably the most iconic holiday tradition in New York City, the tree stands stories tall, with over 7 kilometers of strung lights, towering over its sea of visitors.

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6: Toys for Tots Charity Tree
Office building, New York City
Toys for tots  is a U.S. Marine Corps led charity program that has collected over 5 million toys in the U.S.A. for children who would otherwise be left out during the holiday season.   This touching picture is just one small example of a NYC office building collecting for the organisation.

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7: Travelling Tree
City street, London
Two men carry their Christmas tree home for the holidays.

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8: Union Square Market Trees
Union Square, New York City
Hailing all the way from the upstate New York finger lakes region, Trumansburg Tree Farms sells beautifully fragrant trees at the Christmas Market in downtown NYC’s Union Square.

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9: The Gingerbread Tree
One Aldwych Hotel, London
A stunning wintry confection created by One Aldwych in-house florist, Mark Siredzuk, in collaboration with the hotel’s neighbour and baker Konditor & Cook.  Featuring 128 oversized gingerbread figures, this funky and unique tree will to make you crave a warming holiday treat.

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10: Radio City Celebration
Radio City Music Hall, New York City
Millions of tourists year after year stop for photos of the famous Radio City Music Hall.  Decorated for the holidays, lights shine bright as ticket holders wait to see the high leg kicking Rockettes.

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11: A Tree at the Plaza Hotel Lobby
The Plaza Hotel on 5th Avenue, New York City
Feel like you are a kid watching “Home Alone,” again, with the crystal laden sparkling tree from the Plaza’s main entrance hall.  Listen to the tunes of holiday cheer and revel in the elegant lobby of one of the most notable hotels in NYC.

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12: Empire State Building and Tree
Macy’s on 34th Street, New York City
While Macy’s windows are famously decorated for the entire holiday season; a tree sits above the flagship store’s entrance, juxtaposition to the epic Empire State Building.

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  1. App many trees

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