What are some Norwegian Christmas traditions?
Many Norwegian Christmas traditions are very similar to North American tradition. However, there are some differences. For example, it is a tradition in Norway to make baskets full of paper ornaments to hang on the tree with your family. You are more likely to find a Rib of Lamb instead of a Turkey in a Norwegian Christmas dinner. The Norwegian version of Santa Clause doesn't go down the Chimney, but knocks on the door instead.
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Happy Christmas means "god jul" in Norwegian.
"Jul" , that's Christmas in Norwegian. If you want to say Merry Christmas you say "God jul".
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some Christmas traditions are baking sugar cookies and then you can decorate them you can also bake brownies listen to Christmas cd's and make up dances to them
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How do you say merry Christmas and happy new years in Norwegian
There are many rich Christmas traditions in the country of Spain. One of the most famous is that their Christmas tends to be more about family and gathering than presents.
Less than 1% of Japanese are Christians and Christmas is not a National Holiday in Japan, so there are no well established Christmas traditions specific to the Japanese. Most Japanese Christmas traditions are similar to western Christmas traditions with some local cultural influences. One thing they do eat are Christmas cakes.
Some Christmas traditions are hanging up Christmas lights, going to your families and celebreate Christmas with a big Christmas meal and then the children open gifts that Santa brings them. Then on Christmas day the kids usually get gifts but some of them get coal, those who get gifts open them.
Christmas is "jul" in norwegian
Same as regular Christmas traditions, but on a different day. Their Christmas is our New Year's Eve.
They go to there family houses and celebrate Christmas there.
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There are number of traditions held for a polish Christmas. The most popular include: gift giving, Christmas tree, Wigilia - The Vigil and the star supper.
Yes. Ireland does have Christmas traditions. My brother lives in Ireland, so I know they do.
carnival and independece and christmas
To have fun and play
Santa Claus is Julenissen in Norwegian Julenissen! "Jul" is "Christmas" in Norwegian. "Nissen" is practically the same as "Santa"
Filipinos usually get together and celebrate Christmas on December 16.
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the traditions of Christmas in belgium is to have a feast with special bread shaped like baby Jesus
some traditions of the powhatan indian tribe are christmas, easter, thanksgiving, veterans day
Turkey has no Christmas tradition.People in Turkey who celebrate Christmas do same things as other people who celebrate Christmas.
Historical traditions include: Christmas ham Carols Hanging stockings Decorating the tree Christmas crackers Christmas puddings Giving gifts on Christmas day Christingle church services Modern traditions include drinking too much, and watching the James Bond film on ITV.
Christmas is celebrated on Dec. 24th
they dont celebrate christmas
Christmas and summer holiday . : ]
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Mistletoe, Christmas trees, presents, Usually a star on top of the christmas tree.
Christmas dinner family gets together gift giving
The way you say Merry Christmas in Norwegian is "God Jul"
Christmas is one of the main traditions in Austria.
one is buyig pajamas and opening them up on Christmas eve and they where them to bed
They did not celebrate Christmas, Easter or any event such as these
Independence day, Carnival, Christmas
Christmas Easter Thankgiving and Jodfelhktz..
To eat when the first star appears
to eat cookies and fries
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I need to know the answer to this question because its for a french project! Any info about their Christmas traditions is helpful!
Usually people get christmas tree's and sing Christmas songs.
The 12 days of Christmas begin on December 25 on some traditions, while in other traditions they begin on December 26. In the first case, the 12th day of Christmas is January 6, which is Epiphany day.
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in Madagascar they celebrate with picnics and festivels. on Christmas eve they go to church to sing Christmas carols and perform in plays.
Christmas traditions started in the western world around 1860. Fourteen states adopted Christmas as a legal holiday. In 1865 Christmas was formally declared a U.S. federal holiday.
There are no Christmas in Indonesia theres only eid
Father Christmas does something with his goat
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