Here's The 50-Foot Christmas Tree That Arrived In Dublin Today

The Rockefeller-style tree was delivered to The chq Building at 11am

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That massive Christmas tree we told you about has arrived in Dublin at last.

The centrepiece of the city's inaugural I BELIEVE Christmas village, the 50-foot tree was donated by the charity Coillte and delivered to The chq Building this morning at 11am.

Inspired by the famous Christmas tree that's erected every year at Rockefeller Plaza (which I think we all remember from Home Alone 2), the tree will act as a giant reminder that the festive season is just around the corner.

Have a look at the massive tree below.


We pity the guy who's got to put the fairy lights on that thing.

The tree will be erected outside The chq Building and you'll be able to visit the I BELIEVE Christmas village at Custom House Quay from November 26 until December 23.

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