Have you ever wandered how does Christmas Day looks around the world? As you know, Christmas, alongside with Easter is the most celebrated day of the Christian Calendar. Celebrating the birth of Jesus is widely observed tradition that many countries keep, all together with the customs of serving food on the table as well as having a Christmas tree in the house which we decorate, sending postcards to our dearest for the occasion and many more details that makes this part of the year exciting for many people around the world.
In Russia, it is celebrated on January 7
via http://quotes.lol-rofl.com Italians put a lot of effort in decorating the cities with lights
via http://www.walksofitaly.com Ireland celebrates it from December 24 till January 6
via http://www.earlychildhoodireland.ie England prepares for the celebration many months before, with its shops full of Xmas themed decorations and kitchen supplies
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via http://www.scmp.com In Japan the cake is made with a sponge cake with cream and strawberries.
via http://caltech.typepad.com Its funny how XMas remained a state holiday in India after being a British colony, because Christianity is a minority here.
via http://blogs.wsj.com Singapore shops are offering sales and the lights around marina Bay look better than any other day
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via http://www.bbc.co.uk North America celebrates on December 25
via http://jinglebelljunction.com Mexican workers have paid holiday during XMas time.
via http://pixgood.com El Salvador is great place to be during the holiday. People here dance and eat, and the children play with sparkles
In Guatemala people dance in the name of the occasion and burn the Devil
Brazilians have their dinner tables filled with festive food for the holiday
via http://newsbook.am Colombians go to a mass in the nine days of Xmas they celebrate
via http://www.kiddytravel.com Macedonians, like the Russians, celebrate Xmas on January 7
via http://www.telegraf.mk Serbians celebrate Xmas for three days
via http://www.rferl.org Germans put on their Xmas tree on the 24th of December