Highly outstanding Easter decoration tree

Those who have actually not seen Easter trees, see it in this link as in Germany it’s a common thing to embellish trees with eggs during the time of Easter. These trees have names such as “Eierbaum”, “Osterbaum” or merely “Ostereierbaum” in German language which means trees that are embellished at Easter with eggs. Christa along with Volker Kraft from Germany’s Saalfeld, taking it seriously used 10000+ eggs for embellishing trees during Easter. Unfortunately from 7th April 2015 the garden gates have actually been closed forever and so 2015 was the goodbye year for Easter Tree. Have an appearance at these trees in this link.So start checking out easter eggs to hang on tree now. If you’re finding for tree in german, you have come on the perfect page.

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It takes around two weeks to hang all 10,000 eggs

German pensioner Volker Kraft uses a step ladder as he decorates an apple tree with Easter eggs in the garden of his summerhouse, in the eastern German town of Saalfeld. Each year since 1965 Volker and his wife Christa spend up to two weeks decorating the tree with their collection of 10,000 colorful hand-painted Easter eggs in time for Easter celebrations. (Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters)

Easter tree in all its glory

It started in 1965 with 18 Eastern eggs

This picture dated ~1970. The left tree is the one they still decorate today.

350 Easter eggs on the tree in 1994

This is how 10,000 eggs on the tree looks like

10,000 eggs is the limit as they don’t have storage room for more eggs

Christa Kraft prepares eggs for tree decoration

Kraft started with plastic eggs decades ago, but later switched to real eggs

Kraft’s daughter Gabriela Rumrich is the painter in the family

She drew artistic patterns with silver and gold colors. Later the first landscape and city motifs emerged.

Kraft’s tree has become a tourist attraction, drawing thousands of people every year

TOPSHOTS Volker Kraft decorates his apple tree with Easter eggs on March 25, 2014 in Saalfeld, eastern Germany. More than 10.000 eggs hang on the tree, attracting thousands of spectators during Easter time. AFP PHOTO / DPA / MICHAEL REICHEL / GERMANY OUTMICHAEL REICHEL/AFP/Getty Images ORG XMIT:

Easter tree in the snow

What Volker Kraft does with all these eggs after Easter?

“Most of them are eaten by children, and the rest I give to charity, plastic eggs I keep in the garage until next year,” – says Volker Kraft.

Each egg is different

Some look like jewelery

An apple tree when the Easter is over

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