Daily Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers (11-29-2023)

Question 1: What is the star atop the tree made of?

  • Glass
  • Crystals
  • Sequins

Correct Answer: Crystals

Fact: Architect Daniel Libeskind designed the Swarovski crystal star, which weighs almost 900 pounds and boasts 70 spikes encrusted with 3 million Swarovski crystals, in 2018.

Question 2: What type of tree is traditionally used for the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree?

  • Douglas fir
  • Norway spruce
  • Blue spruce

Correct Answer: Norway spruce

Fact: This towering wonder is almost always a handsome Norway spruce. To be a contender, the tree must be no less than 75 feet tall and about 45 feet wide. The tree that will be lit up today is from Vestal, NY. It's 80 to 85 years old and about 80 feet tall and 43 feet wide.

Question 3: What happens to the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree after the holiday season is over?

  • Replanted in Central Park
  • Donated to Habitat for Humanity
  • Recycled into wood chips

Correct Answer: Donated to Habitat for Humanity

Fact: Not only does the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree light up the holiday season, but it keeps on giving well after the festive season wraps up. Since 2007, wood milled from the tree has been donated to Habitat for Humanity. The lumber is used to build a new home for a family in need, making the Christmas tree a symbol of the holiday spirit all year round.

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