The Christmas tree of the town of Gubbio, which is located in the province of Perugia in the region of Umbria, is the largest Christmas tree in the world. It is a unique light installation that dominates Gubbio from Mount Ingino.
The more than 250 green light points trace the outline of a 650-metre Christmas tree. Inside the Christmas tree there are also more than 300 coloured lights and the star on the top of the Gubbio Christmas tree consists of 200 lights.
In 1991, the Guinness Book of Records named the Gubbio Christmas tree the “largest Christmas tree in the world”! The Christmas tree of Gubbio is switched on every year on 07 December and remains lit for 30 days.
Christmas square in Gubbio, Umbria, Italy, Europe (foto © Shutterstock.com)
The medieval town of Gubbio in Umbria, Italy, Umbria (foto © Shutterstock.com)
One of the most beautiful medieval towns in Europe, Gubbio, in the heart of the Umbria region, in the centre of Italy, with the largest Christmas tree in the world. (foto © Shutterstock.com)