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Copy of Christmas in Switzerland

This Prezi is about Christmas in Switzerland. In this Prezi my partner and I will tell about the religion in Switzerland
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Bulent Akman

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Christmas in Switzerland In Switzerland people believe that Santa Claus comes out of the mountains riding a donkey and delivers the fruit with a dark-clad assistant. Switzerland is bordered by the countries of Germany, France, Italy, Austria, and Liechtenstein. Religion: The main religion of Switzerland is Christianity. The second most is Roman Catholic. The Swiss spend their Christmas day singing carols, ringing bells, and being with their family. Most of the People in Switzerland still use real
Christmas Trees instead of the plastic trees
you buy in stores. Also, the Swiss people get
their trees from the streets because their trees are not sold in stores. Location Many people in Switzerland use Christmas lights just as we do in the U.S. Food We have decided to make Zopf. Zopf is a type of bread that was discovered in Switzerland. "Christmas in Switzerland." travour, n.d. Web. 15 Dec 2010. <http://www.travour.com/christmas-celebrations/christmas-around-the-world/europe/switzerland.html> "information about Switzerland." TRAMsoft GmbH,
September 27th 2010. Web. 1 Dec 2010. <http://www.about.ch/>. On the 6th of December, the Chlausjagen Festival,
also known as the Feast of St. Nicholas,
is celebrated as soon as the sun goes down.
A bunch of men walk the through villages
and cities wearing big lit lanterns on their
heads. Through the long Christmas season
Star Singers, dress up as the Three Kings
march through the villages and towns
caroling just like the others. Although the Swiss people speak many languages, most people in Switzerland speak German. "Frohe Weihnachten"
is how you say Merry Chistmas in German. Climate The climate in Switzerland is
temperate with no extreme
hot or cold. Switzerlands Flag The color red represents bravery, hardiness, valor and strength, and the white represents peace and honesty. "Swiss Flag." N.p., 2005. Web. 20 Dec 2010. <http://www.flags-flags-flags.org.uk/swiss-flag.htm>. "Switzerland." St. Nicholas Center, 2010. Web. 1 Dec 2010. <http://www.stnicholascenter.org/Brix?pageID=97>. "Christmas Traditions in Switzerland." N.p., 2010. Web. 2 Dec. 2010. <http://www.all-about-switzerland.info/christmas-traditions-trees-cards-gifts-songs-lights-decorations.html>. The Population of Switzerland is 7,321,167 The End
Merry Christmas!
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