You gotta love Christmas. Mulled wine, heart-warming movies, christmas markets, quality time with friends and family, presents and of course the decorations! In this article I propose to bring Christmas mode upon you by exploring a variety of Christmas decorations and foods from around the world.
Russia celebrates Orthodox Christmas, which fall on 7th January. After rota it also has a tradition to celebrate an “Old New Year” on 13th January. This was celebration starts on the 31st December and ends in the middle of January.
United States of America
Everyone knows US Christmas traditions thanks to ubiquitous Christmas Coca-Cola advertisements and Hollywood movies.
Traditional British food includes mince pies, Christmas pudding and roast turkey.
Japan is a little different form the above mentioned countries because there are no live Christmas trees in Japan, only artificial trees. Not that many houses have their own tree yet, but are starting to, appear more often at Christmas time.
Lithuania Christmas dinner consists of 12 dishes on the table which represent 12 apostles.
And of course no comments are needed for a sunny Aussie Christmas!