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Traditional Christmas Dinner Menu

Traditional Christmas Dinner Menu

The most-awaited Christian festival Christmas is about to arrive in a few days. Have you planned for the Chritmas dinner? If ‘Yes!’, then just have a quick look at the following traditional Christmas meal menu to see that you have not missed out anything. If your answer is ‘No!’, then you can choose suitable items(…)

Published On: Wednesday, December 7th, 2016
Christmas in Mexico

Christmas in Mexico

Christmas in Mexico is a special day, which is celebrated on a large scale. Christmas time is a fun time, which all the people enjoy with a great zeal and enthusiasm. There is a big difference between the celebrations of Christmas that are observed throughout the world and the festivities in Mexico. Christmas celebrations in(…)

Published On: Friday, December 20th, 2013
Christmas in Italy

Christmas in Italy

Italy is one of the best places to visit during Christmas as people get fascinated by the colorful way in which the festival is celebrated. Christmas in Italy means a season of celebrations and not just celebrating one particular day. The three-week Christmas celebrations begin around eight days before Christmas, which falls on December 25th and(…)

Published On: Friday, December 20th, 2013
Christmas in England

Christmas in England

Christmas in England holds a lot of significance among the Christian community in England. The word Christmas is derived from the English word Cristes Maesse which means Christ’s Mass. Although the first observance came in AD 360 in Rome, but the formal celebration started from AD 440. Christmas in England has a long historical background.(…)

Published On: Thursday, December 19th, 2013
Christmas in Canada

Christmas in Canada

Christmas in Canada is celebrated with great zeal. During this magical time, the whole country is adorned with the finest decorations. Numerous events and festivals are planned all through the cities, towns, and villages of Canada. Christmas time in Canada brings a cheer to all! Whether you are a local resident or a foreigner, an(…)

Published On: Thursday, December 19th, 2013
Christmas in Chicago

Christmas in Chicago

Christmas in Chicago is a grand event to watch. The entire city gets decked up for this grand celebration held at the end of the year. Brisk activity is noticed among the citizens, adults and children alike. Sending greetings forms an integral part of Christmas in Chicago. People make telephone calls, send Christmas cards, e-greetings(…)

Published On: Thursday, December 19th, 2013
Christmas in Peru

Christmas in Peru

Christmas in Peru is celebrated on December 24 with much fanfare. It is celebrated as “Nocha Buena”, a Spanish phrase which translates to “Good Night”. Peru experiences summer during December, thus Christmas decorations with a snow motif may seem peculiar to some. However, Christmas is equally enjoyable with Santa surfing on the waves and elves(…)

Published On: Tuesday, December 17th, 2013
Christmas in New Zealand

Christmas in New Zealand

Santa says bye to snow and goes to swim during Christmas in New Zealand. Christmas is combined with the summer holidays, so it is all the more enjoyable. The families prepare for trips to the beach. People buy gifts and party hard to celebrate Christmas. The shops are decorated using red and white colored ornaments.(…)

Published On: Friday, December 13th, 2013
Christmas in Brazil

Christmas in Brazil

Christmas in Brazil is celebrated with great pomp and fervor. Visit Brazil this Christmas for a wonderful experience to cherish lifelong. Though the majority of the population in Brazil comprises of Christians, even the Muslim and the Buddhist communities of the country celebrate Christmas in Brazil with equal zeal. Brazil is inhabited by various ethnic(…)

Published On: Thursday, December 12th, 2013
Christmas in Australia

Christmas in Australia

It is said that Santa chooses a kangaroo for his ride to Australia. As Christmas heralds the beginning of summer holiday, the Aussies get serious about merrymaking, out in the open. Since singing ‘Let it Snow’ sounds little awkward, they rejoice in ‘Sunburnt’ Christmas. For the northerners, it’s a different Christmas in Australia where people(…)

Published On: Wednesday, December 11th, 2013