It's time to say sayonara to the Rockefeller Center tree.
The 72-foot Norway spruce went dark on Monday night, marking the end of the holiday season in New York City. Crews dismantled it through the night.
But the tree's service continues: It will be given to Habitat for Humanity to help build homes. [Watch: How Rockefeller Center Tree Was Transformed Into Home]
The tree dazzled crowds of onlookers with 5 miles of multicolored LED lights and a 900-pound Swarovski crystal star.
It was even the centerpiece of a wedding: a couple from Woodbridge, New Jersey, got married in front of the glittering boughs on Dec. 26.
The 75-year-old tree was donated by a couple in Wallkill, 60 miles north of the city.