Christmas celebrations and traditions around the world • Naked flowers


The practice of 1christmas in the heads of the world

If you were planning to have a beautiful Christmas dream in the United States (perhaps New York?), Or if you were one of the all-time greats of Christmas markets in Europe, I thought it would be really fun to learn about the traditions. another to celebrate. Christian holiday in the world.

You know that particular gland that occurs when the holidays take over?

In the United States, it usually depends on the scent of the holidays, the Christmas sounds on the radio station, and the sight of bright lights on every corner. Well, other places in the world of nostalgia and these customs may seem a little different.

Do you love? Let's see what Christian holidays and customs look like in the world!

krampus

Krampus

Countries such as Austria, Germany, Croatia, Czech Republic, and Hungary, Santa has some assistants, known as Krampus scared …!

Krampus is described as a half-barrel, half demon and is said to wander the streets to punish rebellious children. Yes! Dating back to the 17th century, the Creator made a name for himself. During the first week of December, especially in the corner of St. Nicholas Day, the young men are dressed as & # 39; Krampus & # 39; and its ways.

Great Philippine Art Exhibition

The & # 39; Giant lantern Festival & # 39 ;, also known as Ligligan Parul Sampernandu, was held in San Fernando (now known as & # 39; & # 39; The Christmas Capital of the Philippines & # 39; – Who knew !!), which takes place every Saturday before Eid Christmas!

Eleven villages are competing to create a light candle where thousands of people from all over the world have come to see their hard work.

Bonbons Australia and England

Bonbons are a common sight in Australia and England. They are like big candy packages that are usually full of a lot of goodies – from paper hats to small jacks.

It's also called "Christmas cookies."

It is customary to Venezuela from Christmas morning to bring the family together in large numbers… rollerblades!

Why? Well, that is known for them, but it's pretty common that streets all over town are closed! They end their day promoting tamales.

Sounds interesting, doesn't it?

Dia de las Velitas, Colombia

Little Candlelight Day in Colombia

Also known as Dia de las Velitas, this celebration marks the beginning of the holiday season in Colombia.

People place candles / candles all over their homes – including windows, balconies, and front yards. What started out as a small tradition has grown nationwide.

Want a little friendly competition? Head to Quimbaya where neighborhoods are competing to see who can create the most exciting design.

Yule Lads in Iceland

If you are from the United States, you probably have heard about the 12 Days of Christmas Eve. In Iceland, there is a 13-day Christmas Eve. Every night before Christmas, children put their shoes on their door and visit 13 "Yule Lads" from candy (if they were good) or rotten potatoes (if they were bad)!

Braaing in South Africa

Due to its size, traditions vary across Africa, especially in South Africa.

However, most families come together and enjoy a grand reunion called & # 39; braaing Christmas & # 39; – I do this with my friend's family!

The dishes typically range from grilled meat and vegetables to the surface and storage. Sounds like a good thing, doesn't it?

There are many other Christmas traditions around the world. Want to share it with someone you know? I’d love to hear about it in the comments below!