Christmas Holidays of England Goryacheva Anastasya
The letter to Santa Claus Christmas in England starts to be felt in October when the majority of young Englishmen writes Christmas Lists to the Father of Christmas.
According to the ancient custom of England all windows of houses are shined with candles on Christmas, therefore the night on the Christmas eve is still called the "night of candles".
Christmas candlesmean a victory of light over darkness.
Kiss under a mistletoe branch The house can be decorated with branches holly, which symbolizes a prosperity, and mistletoes – meaning hospitality and fertility.
Christmas is a family holidayThe main tradition of Christmas is its celebrating with your family.
On the table In England the most popular dishes for Christmas are the turkey baked in an oven under sauce made of a gooseberry and a Christmas pudding.
Santa Claus is the kind old gentleman, red-cheeked, with a white beard, dressed in a red fur coat and high red cap.
Deer of Santa The leader of a team is the well-known deer by name of Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer.
Christmas cardsIn 1843 Englishman Horsley has drawn the first Christmas card. 1000 copies of the card were sold that year in London.
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