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Christmas around the World!
How do people celebrate this wonderful holiday around the world? Take this quiz to find out interesting facts about the Christmas customs and traditions of different countries.
In which of these countries is Santa Claus accompanied by an assistant who carries a black sack and a book in which each child's behavior is recorded?
The "Urn of Fate" is part of the traditional Christmas celebrations in what country?
The Julbukk, a small figure made of straw, is a common Christmas decoration in Sweden. What does the Julbukk resemble?
In which country does the Infant Jesus help Santa to give presents to children?
The Czech Republic
In Greek folk tradition the malicious creatures called the Kallikantzaroi like to play bad pranks on people at Christmas time. Which of these is believed to be a way to drive them off?
Putting a lamb next to the Christmas tree
Hanging a rabbit's tail on the wall
Lighting 99 candles
Burning an old shoe
How many reindeer pull the sleigh of Father Frost according to beliefs in Ukraine?
In which country was the traditional Christmas mistletoe hung up for the first time?
Western culture cherishes the idea of "a white Christmas" (a Christmas with snow). Unfortunately for England, the white Christmases in the country in the entire twentieth century were not more than this number.
In Australia, Santa's sleigh is not pulled by reindeer but by eight white kangaroos.
According to the tradition, on Christmas Eve, Christians in this country go to church wearing a completely new outfit.
In which country was the first Christmas stamp released?
In which country does Santa visit children twice, once on December 4th and once on December 6th?
There are three Christmas Eves in the Holy Land where Christ is believed to have been born. The first one is for the Protestant and Catholic Churches. The second one is celebrated by the Greek Orthodox, Coptic (Egyptian) and Syrian churches. The third Christmas Eve is celebrated by members of this church.
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In which country are presents brought to children by a camel instead of by Santa Claus?
In which of the following countries is Christmas not considered a day for the family?
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