5 other unusual Christmas records


  • The biggest gift ever given

In October 1886, France gave the United States a huge gift: the Statue of Liberty. The statue was built to celebrate the centennial of the American Declaration of Independence while strengthening the friendly relationship between the two countries. The famous New York monument weighs 204 tons and measures about 93 meters high. In addition, the statue has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984.

Source: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Statue_de_la_Libert%C3%A9

  • The most expensive tree in the world

    Since 2010, the world record for the most expensive tree has been held by the Emirates Palace luxury hotel in Abu Dhabi. The price of the tree was about $11 million. The 13-meter-high giant cost, by himself $10,000, which is already an astronomical amount. In fact, it was the decorations based on it that increased its price tenfold. A total of 181 diamond, pearls, emerald, sapphire, and other precious stones adorned this tree. Look at the masterpiece!

Source:https://www.themilliardaire.com/design/le-sapin-le-plus-cher-au-monde-9030/

  • Christmas Light World Record

  • Do you think your home is well decorated for the holidays?  Do you think your hundreds of lights are impressive? Well, you're wrong... An Australian named David Richards set a Guinness record in 2013, so to speak: dazzling!  The man covered his house with a staggering total of 502,165 lights. The design was connected by 48 km of electrical cable. Do you think astronauts admired his creation from space?

  • The record: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmxWYuaG9e0
  • World record of Christmas elves gathered together

    In 2014, 1762 elves gathered in Bangkok to set a new world record for the largest number of Christmas elves gathered! How creative they are! Each of them wore the same shades of red, green and white. It took a lot of organization to put all your people in the right place!

The record: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijBaajho7QY

  • The biggest tree

Even if the world's largest tree is not alive, you can't say that this concept is not out of the ordinary! Every year, citizens climb Mount Ingino, a mountain in the city of Gubbio in central Italy, to put lights on it. The work is 650 meters high and 350 meters wide. In addition, this magnificent design is visible from more than 50 kilometers!

Source:https://www.monde-du-record.com/insolite/grand-sapin-noel/