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A Traditional Irish Christmas

Christmas Around the World, Europe, Ireland

A Traditional Irish Christmas fintansh Check out http://fiddlediddle.com/christmas/ Christmas in Ireland (An Nollaig) starts very early, with cards and decorations in the shops from October. Plum Pudding which is the traditional Christmas Day desert is made early as it takes a few weeks to mature. Christmas fruit cake is made and iced just before Christmas.

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Christmas in Hungary

Christmas Around the World, Europe, Hungary

Christmas in Hungary Staff In Hungary, Santa doesn’t have anything to do with Christmas, he comes on December 6th. On this day Santa makes his rounds among the shops, schools and parades just like he does in other countries. Kids get candy and chocolate in red wrapping. The Christmas tree is bought a day to

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HUNGARY

Christmas Around the World, Europe, Hungary

HUNGARY Shirley Przywara Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Greeting in Hungarian: Kellemes Karacsonyi es Boldog Ujevet!

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A month before Christmas in Hungary

Christmas Around the World, Europe, Hungary

A month before Christmas in Hungary jewelbp A month before Christmas shopkeepers decorate the front door of their shops. All in the bustling city try to embellish the streets. On the street corners, you can buy hot fried chestnuts and the shops are full of Christmas candies. We buy a lot of surprises, not just

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Addition to the previous stories

Christmas Around the World, Europe, Hungary

Addition to the previous stories andrea Fisrt of all I’d like to add something to the article ‘Christmas in Hungary.’ In Hungary the children believe Baby Jesus brings the Christmas tree and the presents. In my family, when we were younger, my Grandma used to take us to the movie on December 24th, early afternoon.

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Christmas in England

Christmas Around the World, Europe, United Kingdom

Christmas in England Richard O’Callaghan For English children, Christmas begins in October when most English children write their Christmas Lists to Father Christmas. Shops begin selling Christmas items in November or even earlier! Children usually get chocolate Advent Calenders to open for the run-up to Christmas. English houses are decorated two weeks before Christmas day.

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An English Christmas

Christmas Around the World, Europe, United Kingdom

An English Christmas MerryBerry I don’t start to feel as though its Christmas until after my Birthday (25th November) although there are Christmas things and presents in the Shops long before. After we finish School is when I usually realise how close we are to Christmas and that I need to buy some presents! I

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My Family Christmas in Northern Ireland

Christmas Around the World, Europe, United Kingdom

My Family Christmas in Northern Ireland smokey The Christmas season starts at the end of October and all of the shops will have decorations up and are selling christmas cards and gifts. Me and my family start getting excited around the middle of November and we put our Christmas Tree up on the first Saturday

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My christmas away from home.

Christmas Around the World, Europe, United Kingdom

My christmas away from home. smokey I really live in a city called Sumter in South Carolina in America . Moving to N.Ireland was very hard as I had to quit high school and be in a small tech.The country, though is awsome and this is my first and only christmas here as I’m jetting

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Christmas in Scotland

Christmas Around the World, Europe, United Kingdom

Christmas in Scotland laudrup11 The television ads for christmas gifts usually begin about October, and shops usually begin having their decorations up about the beginning of November. Children have advent calendars from the 1st of December to count down the days until christmas. Traditionally, christmas decorations and trees are put up 12 days before christmas

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