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Christmas in Portugal

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  • 1. Christmas in Portugal
  • 2. There are many traditions in our christmas...
  • 3. ... in every house, on December 1, everyone decorate the Christmas tree and mounts underneath the nativity scene ...
  • 4. …all major streets and avenue are decorated…
  • 5. ...in some parts of Portugal, it is common to make a large bonfire with a root in the main squares of towns and villages ...
  • 6. …in the evening on December 24, the table is filled with sweets of the season ...
  • 7. …and is traditional to eat codfish and octopus…
  • 8. …and at midnight, all the families go to church, to the midnight mass, “the rooster mass” ...
  • 9. …and from 24 to 25 of December, all the children´s leave a shoe by the fireplace, for the baby Jesus leave a gift ...
  • 10. In our school, we set up the Christmas tree…
  • 11. …and all the children make the decorations…
  • 12. …the childrens decorate all space ´s…
  • 13. …we make a big party and all classes present an performance…
  • 14. We wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

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