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Christmas Traditions Around The World Fun Facts

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Christmas Traditions Around The World
Similar to Santa Claus or Father Christmas, the 13 Yule Lads leave candy for good children and something unpleasant for bad kids. In Iceland, however, misbehaving children receive rotten vegetables, and Icelanders don't use stockings over the fireplace, but instead shoes placed on windowsills.
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Christmas Traditions Around The World
In Austria and other Alpine countries, Krampus is said to accompany St. Nicholas to visit children, spanking and otherwise punishing children who have misbehaved throughout the year.
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Christmas Traditions Around The World
Red poinsettia flowers represent the joyful anticipation of the Christmas season. Other Mexican Christmas traditions include Las Posadas, which is a reenactment of the Holy Family's journey to Bethlehem during the week before Christmas Day.
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Christmas Traditions Around The World
Most people in Sweden hang a tiny "Yule Goat" ornament on their trees. The Swedish city of Gävle Goat sets up a 4-story-tall straw goat in the town square.
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Christmas Traditions Around The World
San Fernando's Ligligan Parul, aka the "Giant Lantern Festival," features giant Christmas lanterns, or "parols," each with hundreds or thousands of lights representing the Star of Bethlehem.
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Christmas Traditions Around The World
Even though only about 1% of Japan's population are Christians, so many Japanese patrons flood to KFC during the Christmas holiday that lines can stretch for as long as two hours.
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Christmas Traditions Around The World
In El Salvador, adults use larger fireworks like what might be seen shooting through the sky in America on Independence Day. Meanwhile, children use "volcancitos" (firecrackers) and "estrellitas" (sparklers).
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Christmas Traditions Around The World
On Little Christmas, Norwegians enjoy family rituals like decorating the traditional Christmas tree and enjoying a type of rice pudding called "risengrynsgrøt."
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Christmas Traditions Around The World
A green dish with salted meat mixed in, Jug Jug combines ingredients like pigeon peas, thyme, marjoram, and corn flour.
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Christmas Traditions Around The World
The name "Santa Claus" comes from the Dutch name for Saint Nicholas, whose legendary gift-giving is replicated by parents hiding treats inside their children's shoes overnight before Christmas Day.