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Christmas Facts & Figures
* Father Christmas has 31 hours of Christmas to work with, thanks to different time zones all over the world, assuming he travels east to west. This works out at 822.6 visits per second!
* Father Christmas is based on Saint Nicholas, who lived from 270 to 310 AD. At the age of 30 he became the Bishop of Myra, a port town on the Mediterranean Sea, which is part of modern-day Turkey.
* He hailed from a rich home and became well known for supporting the needy. He would often be seen clad in red and white bishop's robes and riding on a donkey, handing out gifts to children.
Tree Facts and Figures
* Around 65 million Christmas trees are grown in Britain each year, seven million of which are sold at Christmas time.
* The world's tallest cut Christmas tree was a 67.36 metre high Douglas fir erected and decorated at Northgate Shopping Centre in Seattle, Washington, in December 1950. It took two days to clear the streets between the logging merchant and the shopping centre and the trunk was accompanied by the Highway Patrol as it made its 20-mile journey.
* Every year since 1947 the people of Oslo have given a Christmas tree to the city of Westminster in London. The gift is an expression of goodwill and gratitude for Britain's help to Norway during the Second World War.
* Martin Luther is believed to be the first person to have brought his Christmas tree inside his home. He decorated it with candles to show his children what stars looked like at night in the forest .