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A lot of mockery for the bare Christmas tree in front of the Frauenkirche

A particularly bare Christmas tree in front of the famous Frauenkirche in Dresden is currently causing a stir.

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A lot of mockery for the bare Christmas tree in front of the Frauenkirche

A particularly bare Christmas tree in front of the famous Frauenkirche in Dresden is currently causing a stir. The tree has been met with ridicule on social media, calling it a "spooky spruce" or suspecting it to be a recycled tree from the previous year. There is a serious reason behind it. The spruce is a reflection of what it looks like in the Saxon forests after two years of drought and forest fires, said Cathleen Janotte from the organizer "Advent on the Neumarkt" on Tuesday.

A conscious decision was made to take regional trees from Sachsenforst because this also means shorter transport routes. There are a total of 14 trees on the Neumarkt. "It's just like a small sanctuary for the trees that nobody else wants," emphasized Janotte.

The particularly light spruce was already repaired on Tuesday. "Knots were screwed on and he already looks a lot better with the Christmas decorations."

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