Where is world’s largest floating Christmas tree?

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The largest floating Christmas tree is located at Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon in Rio de Janeiro. It has a gigantic structure made of interlocking metal poles.

The 386-tonne tree has 2.5 million programmed light bulbs to show various holiday scenes. The Guinness Book of World Records recognises it as the largest floating Christmas tree in the world.

 

It has a gigantic structure made of interlocking metal poles. Rio de Janeiro’s giant Christmas tree is illuminated with lights, fireworks and lightning. The 53-metre-high (174ft), 350-tonne steel tree holds 2.5m lights and is situated on the waters of Rodrigo de Freitas. The structure will be lit every night until 6th January and will be moved around the lagoon over the coming weeks

The 386-tonne tree has 2.5 million programmed light bulbs to show various holiday scenes. The Guinness Book of World Records recognises it as the largest floating Christmas tree in the world.

 

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