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Poles are famous for their hospitality, especially during Christmas. In Poland, an additional seat is kept for somebody unknown at the supper table. No one should be left alone at Christmas, so …

Poles are famous for their hospitality, especially during Christmas. In Poland, an additional seat is kept for somebody unknown at the supper table. No one should be left alone at Christmas, so strangers are welcomed to the Christmas supper. This is to remind us that Mary and Joseph were also looking for shelter. In Poland, several homeless people were interviewed after Christmas. Some of them were invited to strangers' houses for Christmas; others that were not asked inside the homes but were given lots of food.

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  • 1. CHRISTMAS IN POLAND AND ENGLAND
  • 2. WHAT IS CHRISTMAS? • Christmas is a time of joy for the birth of Jesus Christ. It is time that begins on Christmas Eve, December 24. During this time students have Christmas holidays
  • 3. CHRISTMAS IN THE WORLD • Christmas is celebrated in many countries around the world. Each country has different customs associated with Christmas. They relate to food, decorating houses and various other things.
  • 4. FOOD • In Poland • At the Polish table at Christmas we will find: herring, borscht soup, mushroom soup, dumplings with cabbage and mushrooms, carp and other fish, and a variety of cakes, such as cheesecake, poppyseed cake, gingerbread • In England • A traditional English and British Christmas dinner includes roast turkey or goose, brussels sprouts, roast potatoes, cranberry sauce, rich nutty stuffing, tiny sausages wrapped in bacon (pigs in a blanket) and lashings of hot gravy.
  • 5. Polish Christmas
  • 6. HABITS • With Christmas-related habits are different. Many of them are similar in many countries. For example, decorating a Christmas tree with colorful ornaments. Hangs on her baubles, chains and other decorations. In England, richly decorated with houses and gardens.
  • 7. This practice happenes only in Poland
  • 8. HABITS • It is also very important habit to meet at the table at Christmas and shared their meals. In Poland it is the custom of leaving one place for the Unknown Guest
  • 9. GIFTS • For children and adults, Christmas time is often associated with giving gifts, which puts them under the tree and opens on Christmas Eve. Most are toys, books, CDs, cosmetics and clothes.
  • 10. THANKS FOR WATCHING