Christmas in Germany By: Carly Zoller

They celebrate Christmas with pine trees. Christmas is pronounced by either 'Frohe Weihnachten' or “Erste Feiertag”. They sing songs such as "Silent Night" and "O Tannenbaum". Germany is well known for its Christmas Markets where all sorts of Christmas foods and decorations are sold. They also cherish Santa, or as they say "der Weihnachtsmann" A fun fact is they also throw school and work parties.

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Created with images by Peter Kaminski - "Christmas Tree" • Will Palmer - "German Flag, Berlin" • Schwarzenarzisse - "christmas sack celebrate sweet"

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