Five Crazy Christmas Guinness World Records | Drive

Christmas can absolutely be called the holiday of the sparrows, in which case practically half the world dresses up their hearts and surroundings in celebratory clothes. That is why many Guinness records can be linked to the period, we have brought you five of them.

The tallest Christmas tree

In December 1950, a 67.36-meter-tall Douglas fir was displayed and decorated in front of the Northgate Shopping Center in Seattle. Since then, the world has never seen a taller Christmas tree.

The most expensive Christmas tree

In 2019, the world’s most expensive Christmas tree could be seen in Marbella, Spain, the value of which was raised by the decorations to 15.4 million dollars, or 4.6 billion forints at the time.

The largest collection of ball ornaments

Sylvia Pope, who lives in the UK, has been the proud owner of the title since last December. Christmas is with him all year round, because his collection of 1,760 pieces can be viewed all year round in the city of Swansea.

The fastest Christmas tree decoration

Sam Homewood probably wasn’t borrowing ornaments from the lady above when he set the record for fastest Christmas tree decorating in 2018. In 34.52 seconds, he didn’t manage to put together a very nice tree, but Guinness World Records certified the new record that still stands today.

The highest-grossing Christmas movie

It was published in 2018 A Grincs holds this record, which generated more than 514 million dollars (HUF 201 billion) in revenue between November 8, 2018 and December 25, 2020. Here, not only cinema releases were taken into account, but everything from DVDs to souvenirs. By the way, the film is playing in one or two Hungarian cinemas during this year’s holidays, so the official data could still be updated.

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