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It is the celebration of the birth of Jesus, the son of God in Bethlehem. He was born on December 25 in a poor stable, where the Virgin Mary and Joseph arrived after a long journey. That barn was his first home where he began his life on earth surrounded by the humblest.
The representation of the nativity scene of the birth of the baby Jesus, was established by St. Francis of Assisi around 1226, who built a straw box and called the people of the place to be part of the manger.
This Christian idea spread very quickly throughout the world, then began to use clay figures, instead of the representation of the living manger, still in force when you have the possibility to do so.
Some of the customs of Christmas are:
The carols: popular songs that are played in front of the manger.
In the streets you can find groups of children singing carols with drums and tambourines, while the people who pass by give them some monetary help or non-perishable food.
The Misa de Gallo: has its name since it is performed after the song of the Rooster, at 12:00 hs. of the night of December 24. The birth of Jesus is commemorated.
Ornaments: pineapples, lanterns, pine branches, crowns of mistletoe.
Santa Claus or Santa Claus: his story dates from the fourth century, since then Santa Claus is a symbol of generosity and love towards all the children of the planet.
Christmas Tree: In the Christian religion the Christmas tree also represents the birth of Jesus. The ornaments with lights symbolize the light of Christ, and the star of the upper end, the star of Bethlehem. This tradition dates from the 7th century.
The Christmas cards: they were conceived for the first time in 1843, when Henry Cole asked an artist to draw a Christmas celebration to add some lines of written wishes and sign them. Then he sent them to print and distributed them among his family and friends.
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