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Facts about Christmas:
1. The tradition of putting up Christmas trees can be traced back to 16th-century Germany.
2. The concept of Santa Claus is based on the historical figure of Saint Nicholas, a 4th-century bishop from modern-day Turkey.
3. The world's tallest Christmas tree was a Douglas fir, measuring over 221 feet, displayed in 1950 in Seattle, USA.
4. The song "Jingle Bells" was originally written for Thanksgiving, not Christmas.
5. The tradition of hanging stockings by the fireplace comes from the legend of Saint Nicholas, who is said to have left gold in the stockings of three poor sisters.
6. The concept of sending Christmas cards became popular in the 1840s, thanks to Sir Henry Cole in England.
7. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was created by Montgomery Ward in 1939 for a promotional Christmas story booklet.
8. In Iceland, there is a tradition of exchanging books on Christmas Eve and spending the night reading—known as "Jólabókaflóð" or "Christmas Book Flood."
9. The world's largest snowman was built in 2008 in Bethel, Maine, standing at 122 feet tall.
10. The word "Christmas" comes from the Old English phrase "Cristes Maesse," meaning the Mass of Christ.

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Claim your NFT! Facts about Christmas: 1. The tradition of putting up Christmas trees can be traced back to 16th-century Germany. 2. The concept of Santa Claus is based on the historical figure of Saint Nicholas, a 4th-century bishop from modern-day Turkey. 3. The world's tallest Christmas tree was a Douglas fir, measuring over 221 feet, displayed in 1950 in Seattle, USA. 4. The song "Jingle Bells" was originally written for Thanksgiving, not Christmas. 5. The tradition of hanging stockings by the fireplace comes from the legend of Saint Nicholas, who is said to have left gold in the stockings of three poor sisters. 6. The concept of sending Christmas cards became popular in the 1840s, thanks to Sir Henry Cole in England. 7. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was created by Montgomery Ward in 1939 for a promotional Christmas story booklet. 8. In Iceland, there is a tradition of exchanging books on Christmas Eve and spending the night reading—known as "Jólabókaflóð" or "Christmas Book Flood." 9. The world's largest snowman was built in 2008 in Bethel, Maine, standing at 122 feet tall. 10. The word "Christmas" comes from the Old English phrase "Cristes Maesse," meaning the Mass of Christ. Claim Christmas NFT: https://bit.ly/3TEkYH3 #newyear #christmas #nfts #nft #buynft #nftcollectibles #nftcollection #nftart #nftartwork #nftartist #snow #winter
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