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AnswerCelebrating Christmas actually started in Italy.

Only Christians in turkey celebrate christmas.

Who? As far as I know, Christmas is still celebrated everywhere there are Christians.

It's a way of celebrating the holiday.

Australians began celebrating Christmas from the time of the first European settlement, in 1788.

No religion other than Christianity celebrates Christmas as part of their religion. Many people who are not Christians celebrate Christmas, but they celebrate it as a secular holiday, not as a religious one.

They always have celebrated Christmas.

Christians have been celebratin christmas ever since Jesus died. Other people have been celebrating Christmas since ever since the 1700s.

Martin Luther (1483 - 1546) did not "start" the Christmas tradition. The "Christmas tradition" dates back to at least the 4th century, though early Christians were celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ long before that.

The Germans start celebrating Christmas on the evening of 25 December.

There are two: Christmas, celebrating the birth of our Savior, and Easter, celebrating the death and resurrection of Jesus which saved us from our sins.

Celebrating Christmas was created in 2005.

well origanally Christmas was celabrated by christians for the celebration of baby Jesus, hen, other people started celebrating it for other reasons

Christmas is a universal holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, over 2000 years ago. There is speculation that celebrating Christmas in Dec. allowed the persecuted Christians to hold their festivities 'undercover' while the pagan population celebrated their own pagan holiday, which I believe was celebrating the Sun.

Christians believe that Christmas is celebrating the birth of Jesus. We believe that Jesus was sent to Mary to save mankind and was sent to die for us. I hope this helped.

God really didn't give anyone a Christmas gift. Christians started the tradition of celebrating Christmas to recognize God sending Jesus. Christians tend to say God's gift was Jesus.

To most Christians, Christmas is very special. It is a special holiday celebrating Jesus' birth. (Even though no one knows when he was actually born.)

Christians do not celebrate Santa's birthday. Christians are known for celebrating Jesus Christ birthday. This celebration is held during the morning of 25 on December.

well Christmas is literally Christians celebrating birth of Jesus Christ but along with that they also take advent and be more sharing and kind towards the ones around I.e. Friends and family in a way of celebrating the birth of Christ.

Christmas is about celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Christians acknowledge Jesus as the Saviour of the world, and while he most likely was not born on 25 December, it is the day Christians adopted from ancient pagan festivities to celebrate the birth of Christ.

Christmas was first celebrated in New Zealand when Christians moved there.

Anybody who choses to have a party and give gifts around the 25th of December can be said to be "celebrating Christmas". Then again, celebrating Christmas as a non-religious event is really celebrating the Winter Solstice or Yule, traditions with much longer pedigree in human affairs. If by celebrating Christmas you mean remembering the birth of the Christian's Jesus Christ with any sort of reverence - there is no reason that Buddhists or anyone except Christians would mark the day for that reason. Many festivals overlap (like Easter and Vesak). It would be hard to claim that participants are celebrating anything but their own intentions.

No, the tradition of celebrating Christmas goes back to Europe-wide pre-Chrisitian celebrations of the Winter Solstice.

Your Life - 1999 Celebrating Christmas was released on: USA: 2000

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

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