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Christmas In Spain


Harshi Patel

on 4 January 2013

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Transcript of Christmas In Spain

Traditions Celebrations: Tradition Christmas In
Spain Traditions Christmas Dinner Traditions Christmas day: Citations: On Christmas Eve when it turn dark, every house is light by oil lamps. Christmas trees, and remarkable Christmas markets scattered among villages and cities with piles of fruits, flowers, marzipan and other sweets, candles, decorations and hand-made Christmas gifts. Decorations: Family member sing Christmas carols all through the night and into the morning. The streets are filled with dancers and onlookers. There is a special Christmas dance called Jota. There is also an old spanish saying
"Esta noche es Noche-Buena, Y no es noche de dormir"
This means that "this is goodnight, therefore it is not meant for sleep" Pavo Trufado de Navidad Christmas dinner is never eaten until after midnight. All day is spent at church. http://blog.mester.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/CHRISTMAS-TREEE.jpg
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