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Mexico

This is our Prezi, on how you celebrate Christmas in Mexico. By Cecilia & Silvio
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cecilia vaccaro

on 13 December 2012

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IN MEXICO Christmas In Mexico, the
Holiday called Christmas is Also Celebrated! When does it start? La Posada More about It! mmm Candy! Christmas is a typically Christian Holiday
based on the birth of Jesus on the 25th
December. During the night,"Santa Claus"
places presents under a decorated
tree During La Posada, Mexican celebrators go
from house to house with pictures of mary and
joseph looking for shelter before the birth of Jesus. The day of Christmas itself, Children are
blindfolded and brought to smash with a club
a dangling cass of candy called piñata. And if you manage to hit it,
well..... When does it Start? Christmas in Mexico start nine days before the 25th december. (Which is as stated before, starts only on the 24 December). Presents!! :) In mexico presents can also be brought by 'El Niñito Dios' (baby Jesus) & Santo Clós (Santa Claus) Mexican christmas food! In mexico you normally have a family dinner late Christmas eve, also called NOCHE BUENA. Worlds GREATEST Pinata! Nacimientos You can eat... -Ensalada de Noche Buena
-Pavo
-Bunuelos Nacimientos are small reproduction of the scene where Jesus is born.
They are very detailed scaled figures that
represent the event itself.
There are also many public Nacimentos, they are considered public folk art as they
are very detailed and beautiful. Although mexican children get presents at Christmas, they also received gifts on January the 6th called " Kings day" and in spanish is called " Dia de Reyes". MORE ABOUT PRESENTS! THIS IS A VIDEO ABOUT
CUTTING UP THE PAVO!! Mexico is a BIG BIG country!! SO THE WEATHER AT CHRISTMAS IS DIFFERENT DEPENDING ON WHERE YOU LIVE!
NORMALLY TOWARD THE NORTH IS COLD,
BUT IF YOU LIVE TOWARDS THE SOUTH AND ON THE 2 COASTS IT IS WARM AND SUNNY. IN MEXICO CHRISTMAS CAROLS ARE CALLED VILLANCIOCOS.
.THIS ONE IS A FUN CHRISTMAS SONG! These are the types of flowers that you find decorating Mexican homes at Christmas. they are called Poinsetta! †H& &ND!!!!

†HÅNK YØU FØ® WATCHING, WE HOPE YOU HAVE A FELIZ NAVIDAD! BIBLIOGRAPHY:

FOR THE IMAGES WE USED
www.googleimages.com

FOR THE INFORMATION WE USED : marie-mckeown.hbpages.com, ww..youtube.com, www.lonelyplanet.com, www.gomexico.about.com Me viene a la ciudad! Únase a nosotros en nuestras fiestas mexicanas IMPRESIONANTE!
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