If there is a common denominator in Christmas around the world it is the illusion of children . And is that as much as they change the Christmas traditions in different parts of the world, children enjoy their special activities and, above all, with gifts. We visit different countries to see how chi
If there is a common denominator in Christmas around the world it is the illusion of children. And is that as much as they change the Christmas traditions in different parts of the world, children enjoy their special activities and, above all, with gifts. We visit different countries to see how children around the world celebrate Christmas.
Discover how children celebrate Christmas around the world
Children are the protagonists of Christmas anywhere in the world. Children and their gifts. In some European countries, such as France or Switzerland, it is San Nicolás who brings gifts to children as early as 6 December. And in Poland, the traditional nativity scene or birth is done with extra fun by including puppets. Discover here how children around the world celebrate Christmas: - Chile and Argentina:
In some countries like Chile or Argentina , Christmas is in summer. So the typical Christmas cards with snowmen and Santa Claus in a wool cap are a bit out of context. However, there are common traditions, such as the Christmas Eve dinner and the collection of gifts at 12 o'clock at night. Although the one that brings the gifts can be as muchSanta Claus as the Old Pascuero , in the case ofChile .- Mexico:
The Mexican children begin to celebrate Christmas on December 16, when they begin "the inns" , an activity for young and old that symbolizes the pilgrimage of Joseph and Mary to the Bethlehem portal. People go out to ask for an inn to other houses where traditional Christmas dishes are served and in the midst of songs and parties they begin to break funny piñatas.- Colombia:
In Colombia , the children receive the gifts of the veryChild God who travels in his crib every home. But for nine days before the arrival of the Child with his gifts the Ninth of the Aguinaldos is celebrated, which enlivens its religious character with Christmas carols and traditional dishes. But despite the particularities of each place, celebrating Christmas implies worldwide promoting the illusion of children receiving gifts, either at the hands of
Santa Claus del, from Old Chilean Pascuero, fromOlentzero Basque , Uncle of Nadal Catalan, witch Befana Italian or Babushka Russian. Laura Sanchez. Guiainfantil.com