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Christmas customs in different countries

 

 
In each country is Christmas celebrated in a different way , in most countries is giving presents at number one , also there is usually eaten together a Christmas dinner , this is usually all in the family . In countries is usually something usual on the menu such as Pheasant ( Belgium ) , Rabbit ( Netherlands ) , Duck or Goose ( Denmark ) , Turkey ( United States) , Pig or Lamb ( Norway ) , and Fish (Poland and Italy ).

English speaking countries:

Christmas in English -speaking countries such as England , Canada , Australia , etc. ( see below for the United States) is often celebrated on Christmas Eve with Santa Claus plays a major role . On Christmas Eve there is not only a Christmas tree in the house , but also depends a mistletoe ( Mistletoe ) on the ceiling , and if there are two people under stand is to kiss . Customary together Another tradition is the singing of Christmas carols and staging ( little scene with Christmas theme ) . Boxing Day is called by the British Boxing Day . Because it is summer in Australia with Christmas , there are big parades are held and sporting events .

Scandinavia:

In Scandinavia after dinner there will be dancing around the Christmas tree while carols are sung . Then it's time to pack . Presents lying under the Christmas tree from Earlier in the day of Christmas Eve go Danes who profess a religion to church . On first and Boxing Day go far Danes visiting family and eating a Christmas lunch ( " Julefrokost " ) including marinated herring with a glass akvavit and beer .

Greece
Children in Greece go door to door with Christmas and sing called Kalanda accompanied with a triangle . These are old songs in the ancient Greek that are sung at Christmas . If the question After poume ta ' ? ( Can we sing ? ) Said yes is singing the children Kalanda . It is customary to give . The nibbling
On December 24, the Christmas liturgy in the church begins. On December 25 comes with very early to church after which each want a good Christmas ( Kala Christouyenna ) . The Orthodox Christmas is 14 days later on January 7 .
 
Italy:
In Italy, the Christmas witch " La Befana " brings gifts on Epiphany around . She is looking for Jesus Christ and brings good children candy , naughty kids get coal or dark candy. In Italy it is called Christmas ' Natale ' . That means ' birth ' . In almost every church and in almost every home has a nativity scene . The Italians decorate their homes with holly and mistletoe and candles and a ceppo . That is a kind of open pyramid which are put Christmas stuff , kind of like the Christmas tree in the Netherlands .
 
Mexico:
In Mexico, Christmas begins on December 16. Until December 24 , there are the " posadas " . These are parades of children and adults , with statues of Mary and Joseph are carried . There is reenacted how Mary and Joseph were looking for a place to stay . On the last day the baby Jesus carried , laid . At the end of the evening in a manger
Netherlands
In the Netherlands , but also in other European countries , there are two Christmas days , on the first day the usual dinner and gifts and Boxing Day used to go on family visits or to a residential boulevard or Christmas .
 
Poland:
Christmas in Poland is seen as the most important festival of the year , a real family celebration . In Poland, Christmas begins on the evening of December 24 , this evening called Wigilia . On this night , everyone wants to be home with family . From the morning is cooked in almost every household and baked for this evening. At dinner , traditionally from 12 or 13 dishes must exist. After dinner gifts distributed and most people go to midnight mass ( pasterka ) .
Russia
The Russians do not know Santa Claus himself , but the figure Father Frost , who looks a bit like Santa Claus . In the Orthodox Church celebrated Christmas on January 7 , two weeks later than in other cultures .
 
South Africa:
South Africa has no Boxing Day , Christmas Day is always a big church meeting and the churches are crowded . The English-speaking people in South Africa are still largely English Christmas customs , such as turkey , Christmas pudding and opening presents on Christmas Eve . The Afrikaans usually do not do this , the presents on Christmas Eve or Christmas itself unpacked . The Xhosa and other African tribes Christmas is mainly in going to church and singing Christmas carols , Christmas trees are often too expensive and they are often not found in the African tribes.
 

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