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Christmas in Germany

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Helen Schneider

on 21 December 2012

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Transcript of Christmas in Germany

In Germany Christmas Contents: Origin
Traditions and Customs
Food History of Christmas! Christmas (Old English: Crīstesmæsse, meaning "Christ's Mass")
Celebration of Jesus Christ´s birthday
celebrated all over the world --> In many of the world´s nations a civil holiday
Mix of pre-Christian, Christian and secular
The Christmas figures:
Santa Claus
Father Christmas
Saint Nicholas
Influencing economics! Preparation --> Advent When? From 1st December until the 24th!

As a preparation for Christmas! Advent wreaths Christmas markets Baking cookies Adventcalendar Furthermore: and many more! Christmas Concerts
Going to church
Write christmas cards
buying presents or letters to the Christkind Traditions and customs 24.12 Set up the christmas tree
and the crib
Go to church
Prepare the food
Sing christmas songs
Unwrap the presents Family Presents Food Religion Traditional Food Dominant spices Clove
Nuts Advent Popular Dishes on HOLY NIGHT Duck/goose/deer/rabbit/Turkey Carp Potatoesalad and Bockwurst and potatoe dumplings with red cabbage Fondue or Raclette Merry Christmas and a happy new year! Thank you for your attention!
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