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La Navidad (Cuba) Vs. Christmas (English)
Transcript of La Navidad (Cuba) Vs. Christmas (English)
The difference between the two holidays is that while people who celebrate Christmas we have turkey, ham, sweet potatoes with marshmallows, and stuff like that. La Navidad has pork, beans, bananas, and fruit.
La Navidad and Christmas are well celebrated in both countries with plenty of spirit. Both countries decorate houses, have a feast, attend services and midnight masses, and enjoy the holiday. I have showed some of the ways that they differ and relate. These are just a few. Happy Holidays! Feliz Navidad!
The first similarity between La Navidad and Christmas is that they are celebrated with a feast if people can afford it.
Another similarity between the two holidays is that they have a feast and make a huge deal out of the holiday.
La Navidad was originally banned because Cuba was an athiest country. They made it legal in 1997.
The last difference is that La Navidad has been celebrated in Cuba for only 17 years. Christmas has been celebrated for much longer.
The final similarity is that people will attend services if they are Christians or attend midnight masses.