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Christmas Around the World

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Sara Jane Campbell

on 11 November 2013

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Christmas Around the World
The United States
of America
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Sara Jane Campbell
Christmas Around the World
Merry Christmas
Joyeux Noël

Sheng Dan Kuai Le
Santa Clause
Merry Christmas
Père Noël
Joyeux Noël
The Eiffel Tower
a bûche de Noël

French Christmas Dinner:
Oysters, Roast Goose, and Chestnuts
Sheng dan lao ren
Sheng Dan Kuai Le
No Caroling
Ping Guo
Christmas Dinner:
Baked Ham, Sweet Potato Casserole, and Christmas Cookies for dessert
Christmas Carolers
Stockings hung by the Chimney with care!
Christmas lights throughout the city
Shoes placed by the fireplace to be filled by

Père Noël.
Merry Christmas
Santa Clause and his six white boomers
Christmas Light Competitions
Christmas Dinner: Prawns
Australian Christmas Crackers!
My family and I celebrate Christmas. On Christmas Eve, Santa Claus comes down the chimney to deliver presents to good little boys and girls. At my house, we exchange presents with our family members and open them on Christmas morning. After the presents are opened, we look inside our stockings hung by the fireplace to see the treats inside. We always have a delicious feast of ham and turkey accompanied with sweet potato casserole, asparagus, and topped off by a crunchy pecan pie.
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