christmas in eastern europe - Coggle Diagram
christmas in eastern europe
the amount of dishes on christmas dinner must be a odd number.
they eat stuffed peppers and beans
on christmas eve they cant eat any sort of meat besides fish
they celbrate christmas on the 25 of december.
they drink up to 5 litres of alchol a day on christmas as a sign of good luck
they eat plenty of roasted pig during christmas
the three main meals on christmas are the most important of the year
they wash it down with plenty of alchol
they cover all there houses with lights, to bring good luck
they dress up as scary beasts on christmas to ward away bad spirits
they eat fish soup and lollies.
they read plenty of fairytales to there chirldren
they dont even take a sip of alchol on this day
they call santa "jezisek"
they give small presents to good chirdren and smack and give cola to the bad children
they always have 12 dishes for christmas dinner
before christmas, they try to make there house as clean as possible for santa.
they often take part in neihgborhood plays during christmas
if the family has pigs then it is tradtion that the head of the family kills the pig
they create stars out of paper and tin foil to hang around town to ward of evil spirits
they always have pig and stew for dinner
they call christmas, "little christmas"
a person, dresses up as a goat and runs around town and cuases mishieve, while people try to whack it with a stick
kids leave there boots and shoes on there houses window sill, to be filled with goodies
everyone goes around giving sweets to young girls
they call santa "mikulas" in bulgarien
they ry to spend as little money on christmas so they can donate, the money they saved