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The most important holidays that We celebrate are: Christmas, new year, easter, and country's independence

In my country, we have 9 hodidays. The first one is Lunar New year in January, next is Anniversary of a death of our 1st King in March, and in April we have Unified Day, in the beginning of May, that is International Labour Day., in September, it's Independence Day and last one is Happy New Year in December.

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In my country there are a lots of holidays , in January we have city birthday , in February we have the most famous carnival in the world , In April Easter , In may labor day , in june ( I don´t know how to say "corpus cristi" in english , in september Brazilian independence day , in October child day , in November deceased day and finally in December we have Christmas and new year

I am living in SAIDNAYA -christian village in Syria-
At Christmas time we make a huge Christmas tree (height up to 35 meter) wit celebrating and telling the Christmas story.
hundreds of people are coming to celebrate with us from other countries.

I don't ever know about Christmas celebration. And what people do in their Christmas party? People are busy with a new Christmass tree. They put holly, tinsel, cracker. They make pudding cake, mince pie to welcome a new year. The childen are eager to wait for a present of Santa and play snowman outside. Santa wears a red clothes, sitting on the sleigh, with 4 reindeers. He put a present into a stocking for kids.

Today people celebrate Happy New Year in Russia. Happy New Year everyone.Best wishes.

I live in Ukraine and people usually celebrate Christmas there, however we have it on January 7. According to Gregorian calendar, Orthodox Christians. My family used to celebrate both on December 25 and January 7, because my grandfather was Catholic. Now, that I've been in China for 8 months (and it is my second time, first being 4 months) I noticed that they celebrate Mid-Autumn festival in September-October and know that they celebrate Mid-Spring festival in February. This is also the time when they have New Year. These are main holidays. Mostly it is accompanied by meeting with family, eating moon-cakes and firing lots of fireworks. They also celebrate Christmas, but not as loud as we do. There are no Christmas carols from house to house and it's hard to find Santa and of course no presents in stockings or under the Christmas tree, but there are many in hands. No day off on Christmas as well. They will have 3 days off on New Year's eve this year, though, from 30 December to 2 January.

in tokyo you can find a lot of places to celebrate your Christmas Eve such as shibuya,yokohama or roppongi . This year i chose roppongi for the Holy Night . i ate sausage and drank beer at the Germany's Christmas market and go to the Church there .

People clean and decorate their houses, decorate Christmas trees in my country. Today, on December 24, we should have twelve leans on our table. Tomorrow we will rejoice at the gifts and eat different delicious food. Sorry the weather is not suitable for walks now(.

We have christmas new years eve easter new years day boxing day christmas eve, and good friday.

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