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Answered 2009-12-19 23:47:28

Celebrating Christmas actually started in Italy.

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His name was Jesus Christ (christmas is celebrating his birth and Easter is celebrating his death)

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they had a feast and they enjoyed the christmas with families and friends celebrating.

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A day for celebrating the birth of Christ..

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