Christmas in spain. virg men


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Christmas in spain. virg men

  1. 1. Christmas in Spain Virginia Menéndez Suárez 1ºBHS nº7
  2. 2. Christmas in Spain is a time to be at homeand all the family together.
  3. 3. Typical Christmas sweetsThe typical Christmas sweets are: Nuts, figs, dates, dried apricots, prunes, sugared almonds, pine nuts, etc. 1 Nougat 2 Marzipans 3 Polvorones 4 1 2 3 4
  4. 4. The Typical DrinkThe traditional Christmas drink is Cava Cider Cava Sidra
  5. 5. The DecorationIn many homes put the crib or placed aChristmas tree, and sometimes both. Belén Árbol de Navidad
  6. 6. The most important dates December 24 Christmas EveChristmas Eve is celebrated in manyhomes and all the family meets for dinner.The typical dinner is turkey, sea breamand red cabbage. Red Cabbage Sea Bream Turkey
  7. 7. The most important dates December 25 Christmas dayThe next day is celebratedChristmas day with another meal at midday. Comida de Navidad
  8. 8. The most important dates December 28 The Day of the InnocentsPeople spend Innocence, ie jokes suchas paper dolls hanging on the backor give false information.
  9. 9. The most important dates December 31 New Year’s EveIn Spain it is customary to take 12 grapes,one with each chime of the clock.
  10. 10. The most important dates January 5 and 6 The three wise menMelchior and Caspar bring toysto children the night of 5 to 6 January.
  11. 11. The Christmas CardsPeople congratulated Christmas tofriends, relatives and acquaintances. Use SMS,e-mail or traditional cards.
  12. 12. Religious meaning of ChristmasIt is one of the most important festivals ofChristianity -along with Easter and Pentecost,-which celebrates the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem.
  13. 13. The end