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Christmas in Agentina

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Līga Gomane

on 7 December 2013

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In Argentina the weather is warm at Christmas. Preparations for Christmas begin very early in December and even November. Many people in Argentina are Catholic and so also celebrate Advent.
House are beautifully decorated with lights and wreaths of green, gold, red and white flowers. Red and white garlands are hung on the doors of houses. Christmas Trees are also very popular and they are often decorated by 8th December . Some people like to put cotton balls on the Christmas Tree to represent snow! Any tree might be made into a Christmas Tree - not just the traditional fir tree!
Christmas dinner is served here on the night of 24th December. The traditional Argentine Christmas dinner may be served in a garden area and consists of delicious dishes like roasted turkey, roasted pork and stuffed tomatoes.The main dish may be a suckling pig or a roasted peacock different kinds of fruit, cut into pieces, and mixed with juice and cider.
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Argentina's national language is Spanish language...
Santa claus-Papa noel
Christmas tree-árbol de Navidad
Gracias por su atención!!
Christmas in Argentina
Home and Christma
s tree decoration
Pan Dulce
One of their traditional desserts are Pan Dulce
Another Christmas Eve night tradition are 'globos', paper decorations with a light inside that float into the sky (like Chinese Lanterns). The sky is filled with them on Christmas Eve after midnight.
Argentine Christmas dinner
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