They go to there family houses and celebrate Christmas there.
Same as in Italy or Greece.
to eat cookies and fries
On Christmas Eve in Italy they have an eight or seven course sea food dinner.
Italy is the accepted correct answer. I am not sure where "anonymous" got his information, but Italy is *not* the "accepted correct" answer. Gift-giving traditions centered around the Winter Solstice have been around since pre-Christian times. Yes, one of those traditions came out of Rome and the Saturnalia (which is in modern Italy), but it is not the first, nor the most direct, influence on modern gift-giving. German and Victorian British traditions; it is directly from those influences that modern Christmas got its tradition. The netherlands answer i agree, Italy is the correct answer, i looked it up in other resources.
Italians put up Nativity Scenes at Christmas time.
AnswerCelebrating Christmas actually started in Italy.
i have no idea ha ha ha
yes it is you exchange gifts there but there is no tree
The Feast of the Seven Fishes is a traditional Christmas Eve meal in Italy. People generally spend holidays with their extended families.
La Befana is a custom in Italy.
Christmas is celebrated on December 25 as it is everywhere in the world. The feast of Epiphany is celebrated on January 6, frequently with gift giving.
Christmas carols started in the 13th century in Italy. The person who wrote the first carol was St. Francis of Assisi.
Yes, Italy does have Christmas lights.
does Italy decorate a Christmas tree
A few traditions in Italy are Festa Della Repubblica, celebrated on June 2nd, and Tarantella which is a form a dancing.
Vatican City traditions are similar to that of Italy, as the country is entirely engulfed by the capital of Italy (Rome). It also has some own touches of old traditions, related to Catholicism, that may not be present in Italy.
Some customs and traditions of Italy are catholism, olive oil, fascism, pasta, gold and fruit trees/ vines everywhere. Also a very traditional Christmas day. Also, building a ceppo ( a sort of a Italian Christmas tree also known as the tree of light) near Christmas time is a past time. Having a feast of seafood on Chritsmas eve also. For children on Christmas, they expect La Befana (instead of Santa!) to give them gifts.
Italy was started 2000bc
yes,and the decorations and (Christmas) trees r getting really popular in Italy,so yes they do use Christmas trees in Italy.....................
The reason Christmas is celebrated in Italy is the birth of Jesus.
Although some children receive gifts from Babbo Natale, Father Christmas, on Christmas Eve or morning, most still eagerly await the visit from La Befana. Arriving on January 6, legend has it that La Befana is a witch who heard of the good news of Jesus' birth from the Wise Men. Either unable or unwilling to travel with them, she eventually started looking for Jesus but never found Him. Instead of giving her gifts to the newborn baby, she instead leaves them for children across Italy as she searches for Jesus.
In Italy, Father Christmas is called Babbo Natale
Who delivers the gifts at Christmas in Italy