The Rockefeller Christmas Tree Has Officially Been Lit With 50,000 Multi-Colored LED Lights

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Just weeks ago, the Rockefeller Center had found their Christmas tree to light up Manhatten.

Since choosing their tree, the 80-foot Norway Spruce has been decorated with more lights than you could probably count, and topped with a silver-shining star made out of real crystals.

The holiday tree lighting ceremony which was held last night, warmed up the bitter cold night in New York with exactly 50,000 multi-colored LED lights and a three dimensional Swarovski star.

The star, which was designed by architect Daniel Libeskind, weighs almost 900 pounds, features 70 spikes, and 3 million crystals.

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So you can definitely say that this tree topper is not your average star.

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A tree lighting ceremony that is 90 years old this year, lights up the Rockefeller Center in Midtown Manhattan with an enormous tree that will stay illuminated daily until January 13th at 10:00 p.m.

Just make sure to visit the tree between the hours of 5am to midnight to see all of its shining glory!

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You can view the Norway Spruce light up the night to officially commence the beginning of the most wonderful time of the year, here!

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