Every nation has its own Christmas traditions, which are passed from generation to generation. Usually we are familiar only with the traditions of our people. That is why plusclub.net decided to introduce you to the peculiarities of Christmas celebrations in different countries of the world.
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1. Scandinavia. In the Scandinavian region, people believe in the existence of brownies, and even call them by name: in Sweden, the brownie is called Tomte, and in Norway - Nissa. It is believed that they guard barns, and also bring gifts. And at Christmas, according to tradition, they prepare a bowl with porridge for the brownies, whether as a token of gratitude, or to cajole them...