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Holiday Tradition's in Sweden!!!!

 


 


In Sweden Christmas starts on December 13. The Christmas season starts after St. Lucia's day and ends 15 days after Christmas! One of their traditions is every Sunday before Christmas a candle is lit in speacial Advent candle holders. The Santa in Sweden is a gnome or Tomte. Christmas started being celebrated in the 1700"s from Germany. They usually put their tree up a few days before Christmas Eve. Two days before Christmas the tree is decorated and stays up until January 13 which is St. Kunts Day. I would love to go to Sweden one Christmas to celebrate Christmas their. It seems like it would be fun to have a certain day to put up a tree and how it stays up until a certain day!

Article posted January 2, 2012 at 11:50 AM • comment • Reads 33 • Return to Blog List
 
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