By : Cristina Rodríguez
What’s Christmas for?
In Spain, Christmas is a celebration where the families in
Christmas Eve and in New Year’s Eve are m...
In Christmas the families always:
· Put a Christmas tree and decorate it.

· Put a “Belen” (Nativity Scene).
· Send Christ...
Important Dates
•
•
•
•
•

Christmas Eve
24th December
Christmas
25th December
New Year’s Eve
31st December
New Year
1st J...
Christmas Eve night
At 24th night Santa Claus come to children’s houses, to leave
some presents.
New Year’s Eve
In New Year’s Eve the families have diner and then at twelve
o’clock all people look at the TV where the ch...
REYES (The Three Wise Men’s Day)
At 5th night The Three Wise Men come come to children’s
houses too , to leave lots of pre...
A Curious Tradition
• Normally the people buy a “ Roscón de Reyes”.
The “Roscón de Reyes” is a kind of ring-shaped
sponge ...
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Cristina

  1. 1. By : Cristina Rodríguez
  2. 2. What’s Christmas for? In Spain, Christmas is a celebration where the families in Christmas Eve and in New Year’s Eve are meeting to have diner.
  3. 3. In Christmas the families always: · Put a Christmas tree and decorate it. · Put a “Belen” (Nativity Scene). · Send Christmas postcards to family and friends.
  4. 4. Important Dates • • • • • Christmas Eve 24th December Christmas 25th December New Year’s Eve 31st December New Year 1st January “Reyes” (The Three Wise Men’s Day) 6th January
  5. 5. Christmas Eve night At 24th night Santa Claus come to children’s houses, to leave some presents.
  6. 6. New Year’s Eve In New Year’s Eve the families have diner and then at twelve o’clock all people look at the TV where the chimes are broadcast, the people eat twelve grapes , one by chime.
  7. 7. REYES (The Three Wise Men’s Day) At 5th night The Three Wise Men come come to children’s houses too , to leave lots of presents under the Christmas tree.
  8. 8. A Curious Tradition • Normally the people buy a “ Roscón de Reyes”. The “Roscón de Reyes” is a kind of ring-shaped sponge cake (which can be stuffed with cream), the roscón has inside a bean and a figure. And if in your piece of “roscón” is it the bean you must to pay the roscón.

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