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Saturday, 6 December 2008

Brazil: Three Kings of Christmas

Many of Brazil's Christmas traditions originate from Portuguese customs. Including one where a nativity scene is created called Presepio. Brazil has one holiday that precedes Christmas that still focuses on its meaning, this is Three Kings Day.

Celebrated on Janurary 6th, individuals dance and sing to indulge in the festivities. This holiday marks the day that the three wise men visited Jesus bearing gifts.

Think about three wise men in your life. Whether it is a brother, husband, father, or friend, take the time to acknowledge what they mean to you. Say this with something practical like a six stud brass keyring. Who knows, you might get an unexpected get in return for those pink stud earrings you have been eying.

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Do you think your country has wacky/fun Christmas traditions? Do you have an idea for presenting gifts of jewellery on Christmas Day?

Share it with us and your country or idea will be featured in the next post.


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  • At 7 December 2008 at 04:38 , Blogger SK said...

    Very interesting. I am enjoying reading all of your different and interesting facts about Christmas and how it is celebrated around the world. Thank you.


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