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Irish Christmas Traditions

Nollaig Shona Dhuit is Merry Christmas in Irish Gaelic, which is still taught in schools in Eire, the Irish Republic. Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom. Christmas in Ireland is a traditional holiday in both parts of the island, and very much a family and religious celebration!

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Christmas in Italy

Christmas season in Italy is traditionally celebrated December 24-January 6, or Christmas Eve through Epiphany. This follows the pagan season of celebrations that started with Saturnalia, a winter solstice festival, and ended with the Roman New Year, the Calends.

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Latvia Christmas Traditions

hough Latvia celebrates Christmas on December 25, this holiday is closely linked with pagan winter solstice celebrations. Latvians mark the 12 days up until Christmas with gifts. If you're in Riga during the month of December, you can purchase traditional decorations and sample Latvian Christmastime foods at the Riga Christmas Market.

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Christmas in Liechtenstein

In Liechtenstein, the Christmas season starts around December 6th or 7th.

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Christmas in Macedonia

The Christmas celebration begins on January 5th, the evening, known as kolede. Children go from door to door singing Christmas carols and receiving fruits, nuts and sweets from the people.

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Christmas in Maldives
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Christmas in Maldives

During Christmas in Maldives, one of the most important things is to show love and respect to Jesus. The natives buy beautiful gifts for offering to Jesus and give it out to the loved-ones.

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Christmas in Malta

In Malta, Christmas is known as "Il-Milied" and celebrated on December 25.

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Christmas in Moldova

Among the religious holiday in the Western tradition Christmas can be safely given the top priority. But in Moldova the situation is slightly different, and the main religious holiday here is usually considered to be Easter.

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Christmas in Serbia and Montenegro

In Serbia and Montenegro, the Church is the Orthodox Church. In this Church they still use the old 'Julian' Calendar, which means that Christmas Eve in on 6th January and Christmas Day in on the 7th January! Advent in the Orthodox Church starts on 28th November and last for six weeks. During Advent, some people fast and they don't eat food that comes from animals (meat, milk, eggs, etc.).

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Christmas in Norway

In Norway, Christmas is known as "Jul" and celebrated annually on December 25, like in many other places.

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