I've even seen them used as terrariums, turned on the side.A friend and I have heard this repeated a dozen times today and decided to research.
Christmas trees decorated with red, green and gold gift boxes placed behind shop windows or at the entrances of different shopping malls and hotels can be seen, especially in the Christian neighborhoods of Tehran.
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Christmas in Iran is popularly known by the name of "Little Feast." The festival is preceded by "Little Fast," or 25 days of fasting from animal products.
The ritual is observed mainly by the Assyrians from December 1, and requires abstaining from meat, eggs and even dairy products such as milk and cheese.
Over the past decade, celebrating Christmas has become increasingly popular among young Iranians, regardless of their religion.