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  • Lesser Known Christmas Trees to Visit this Year

    The Mayor's Christmas tree is a 100-foot tall Douglas Fir and is displayed at the Crown Center Square Fountain in Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 30, 2009.
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    The National Christmas Tree on the Ellipse is seen with the White House in the background in Washington after being lit by President Barack Obama, Dec. 6, 2013.
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    Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston is home of New England's tallest Christmas tree, Dec. 10, 2012.
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    The World Tree of Hope in San Francisco, 2012. Each December, thousands of people share their wishes for the future on origami cranes that decorate this massive tree.
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    This 85-foot Norway Spruce has over 35,000 bicycle-powered lights.
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    Coeur d'Alene Resort in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho is home of the world's tallest living Christmas tree, at 162-feet tall. This giant is twice the height of New York's Rockefeller Center Christmas tree and is adorned with more than 40,000 lights and topped off with a 10-foot star.
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    Delray Beach, Fla., is home of an incredible 100-foot Christmas tree. More than 40,000 people attend the tree lighting event each year.
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    It's no surprise that the town of Santa Claus, Ind., America's Christmas Hometown, goes all out during the holidays, as well as all year. This giant LED tree lights up every night inside the Kringle Place Shopping Center.
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    The Galleria Dallas mall' Christmas tree takes center stage on its indoor ice-skating rink.
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    The General Grant Giant Sequoia tree in King's Canyon National Park, Calif., aka "The Nation's Christmas Tree," is the third largest recorded tree by volume in the world.
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    More than3,500 people gathered around these two 40-foot trees to form the largest Clouds Choir at Mall of America, Dec. 5, 2013. They performed "Clouds" in memory of Zach Sobiech. Proceeds benefited the Children's Cancer Research Fund.
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