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What most British people might not realize is that the Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree, which the government proudly displays every year, is actually a gift from Norway. In 1942, the first tree was felled and delivered to England where the King was in hiding during the war.
Every year, a group of lumberjacks searches for a 50- to 60-year-old spruce. This ceremony is attended by representatives from both Norway and England. The tree then travels to England by boat where Nordic decorators add their own style of decoration for their European neighbors across the North Sea.