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Paper decorations hang from the vandalized Glastonbury Holy Thorn Tree which has been hacked down and reduced to just a stump in Glastonbury western England Friday Dec. 10, 2010. The tree, a major Christian landmark in England, was vandalized just weeks before Christmas Day. The tree is said to be linked to the arrival of Saint Joseph of Arimathea in England after the crucifixion of Jesus. It draws hundreds of visitors each year.

Paper decorations hang from the vandalized Glastonbury Holy Thorn Tree which has been hacked down and reduced to just a stump in Glastonbury western England Friday Dec. 10, 2010. The tree, a major Christian landmark in England, was vandalized just weeks before Christmas Day. The tree is said to be linked to the arrival of Saint Joseph of Arimathea in England after the crucifixion of Jesus. It draws hundreds of visitors each year.

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