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Where do Italians celebrate Christmas?
Home is where Christmas is celebrated by Italians. The Italian people are strong in their commitment to family and friends. Holidays and important events are recognized and honored in the place that's most important to the Italian: the home.
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A majority of Italians are Roman Catholic. Christmas is the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. Many Italians hold this belief and celebrate Christmas for their Lord and… Savior.
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Yes, Christmas was originally made to honor the birth of jesus.
Instead of writing letters to Santa to ask for presents, Italian children write to tell their parents how much they love them. The letter is normally placed under their father…'s plate and read after Christmas Eve dinner. Nowadays, especially in northern Italy, many families decorate an evergreen tree in their home. Ceppo : The ceppo is a wooden frame several feet high designed in a pyramid shape. This frame supports several tiers of shelves, often with a manger scene on the bottom followed by small gifts of fruit, candy, and presents on the shelves above. The "Tree of Light," as it is also know, is entirely decorated with colored paper, gilt pinecones, and miniature colored pennants. Small candles are fastened to the tapering sides and a star or small doll is hung at the apex. Urn of Fate : An old tradition in Italy calls for each member of the family to take turns drawing a wrapped gift out of a large ornamental bowl until all the presents are distributed.
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Christmas is supposed to be a religious holiday. Depending on what religion people believe in they will celebrate Christmas. However in modern day time Christmas has become mo…re of a commercial holiday then a religious one. Considering the fact Christianity is strongly represented in Italy I dare say that Italians do celebrate Christmas.
It is celebrated on the 24th, 25th, 26th and 27th December.