The Nativity scene is often referred to as a "creche" which is pronounced as crashe (with a long "a" as in able).
In Venezuela the Nativity Scene is called the Nacimiento. These are elaborate displays in most homes during the Christmas season.
Jesus' birthday, Christmas, the birth of Jesus The nativity scene popularly displayed at Christmas is also called a crèche or manger scene, a three dimensional display depicting the Nativity.
nativity scene = accouchement
A nativity scene in Colombia is called a pesebre and may feature a town and its surrounding countryside and animals.
The nativity scene is called "crÃ¨che" (feminine noun) in French.
The word "nativity" has Latin roots in the word "natal" which means, from birth. The Nativity scene is the scene focusing on the birth of Jesus Christ.
It is called "Caraibian". Because Cuba is part of the Caraibian Islands.
They call a nativity scene "une crèche" (fem. - literally "a crib").
The Nativity scene takes place in the seson of Winter at Christmas time.
"Away in a Manger" is one of the Christmas songs that depict the nativity scene.
This came from a place called Bethleham Where christ was born.
st. Francis of Assisi in 1223, it was a living one, but still a nativity scene...
a nativity scene
Creche is a french word that means manger or crib. It is also used to describe a nativity scene.
Francis created the first nativity scene (a living one) in the year 1223.
I put up the nativity scene in our house every year
Presepi is Italian for nativity scene.