Christmas around the world

this is the Germany flag
the evergreen tree has a lot of candle instead of light in the old days
this is Kris Kringle at Germany instead of Santa they call him Kris Kringle he get them presents in there shoes instead of stockings
Great Britin
instead of put the letter in the mailbox like us they put it in the fireplace if it burn they redo it again to send to him
instead of Kris Kringle or Santa they do Father Christmas for his name
instead of hanging stocks on the fire place they put stocks on their beds so Father Christmas can look at them when your sleeping.
this is the France flag
Santa Claus in France – Le Père Noël en France. Santa Claus is called “Père Noël” in France. Like in any places celebrating Christmas, the French Father Christmas wears a red suit and hat with white fur trimming with a broad black belt around his waist.
A Traditional French Christmas Dinner. Each family has its unique and special way to celebrate Christmas. In France, however, there are some traditional dishes you will certainly have the chance to taste during Christmas time, like foie gras, chapon (capon), or the Bûche de Noël.
this is the Spain flag
In Spain, the 24th of December is reserved for the family. Although the dishes vary from one household to the next, meat, stuffed turkey or seafood is served along with traditional sweets such as turrones and mazapán. That night, a speech by the King of Spain is broadcast in all mayor TV networks nationwide. The following day, the family unites again to eat leftovers and spend the 25th together.
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Babbo Natale, Italy's version of Santa Claus, is becoming more popular and gift giving on Christmas day is becoming more common. La Befana, the old woman who delivers gifts on Epiphany, January 6 is still the more popular Italian Christmas figure. Babbo Natale, or Father Christmas is gaining popularity in Italy.

e Christmas season lasts for 3 weeks in Italy. during this time children go from home to home reciting Christmas poems and singing. In Italy, children wait until January 6, Epiphany to open their presents. The children's presents are delivered by Befall, a kind ugly witch who rides on a broomstick.
Netherlands
goes to children house and give presents St. Nicholas' day is on the 6th December, but in The Netherlands, the major celebrations are held on the 5th December. The name Santa Claus comes from the name Sinterklaas.
this is st Nicklaus help he help hold the nice book
Sweden
in Sweden they wear candle like crown on top of there heads to celebrate st Lucia day

Jultomten – Sweden's Santa Claus. Jultomten, also known simply as ”Tomten”, is Sweden's Father Christmas, visiting houses in the afternoon on Christmas Eve (when Christmas in Sweden is celebrated) to distribute presents to children

Poland
December 6th is St. Nicholas Day (Nikolai Day), and on St. Nicholas Eve, Nikolai places gifts under children's pillows. Alternatively, Nikolai visits in person, either dressed in elegant bishop's clothing or in the merry red winter suit typical to the Western Santa Claus.

in Poland they have Pupa Bloomingdale (Almond Soup) is a traditional part of the Polish Christmas Eve dinner, Wig ilia, where it is enjoyed either at the beginning of the meal or after the fish entree. For Christmas eve, the soup is typically not served with a raw egg yolk.

Switzerland

The Swiss Father Christmas was based on Saint Nicholas, whose feast day was celebrated on Saturday – his Swiss German name, Michaelmas, alludes to that. But the origins of his sinister companion are less easy to make out.

In many parts of French-speaking Switzerland, turkey stuffed with chestnuts appears for Christmas dinner. In Neu châtel, it may be served with endives baked in cream (chicorée Neuchâteloise), while in Geneva it usually comes with "gratin de cardons", made from cardoons, which are a type of artichoke.
Russia
babushka gives presents to kids for Christmas
this is Ded Moroz he is like Santa
Ukraine

in Ukraine there Christmas tree has webs

Mexico
Poinsettias at Christmas. Poinsettia plants are native to Central America, especially an area of southern Mexico known as 'Taxco del Alarcon' where they flower during the winter. The ancient Aztecs called them 'cuetlaxochitl'.
United States and Canada
in the united states Santa Claus comes on Christmas eve with his 8 reindeer after that they wait at the north pole

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