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ID number:698354
Published: 03.02.2008.
Language: English
Level: Elementary school
Literature: 4 units
References: Not used
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
1.  introduction   
2.  Christmas history   
3.  Christmas history   
4.  Christmas history   
5.  Christmas history   
6.  Father Christmas   
7.  Father Christmas   
8.  Father Christmas   
9.  Father Christmas   
10.  Christmas tree   
11.  Christmas stamps   
12.  Conclusions   

Christmas, also referred to as Christmas Day or Christmastide, is an annual holiday falling on December 25 or January 6. That honors and celebrates the birth of Jesus of Nazareth. His birth, which is the basis for the Tran cultural Western calendar, has been determined by modern historians as having occurred between 8–4 BC, and is traditionally told to have taken place in a stable within the city of Bethlehem. The specific date of celebration for Jesus' birth is traditional, and is generally believed to have been influenced by the dates of pre-Christian festivals—usually the Roman festival of Dies Natalis Solis Invicti—rather than having been based on historical data or reference.
Modern customs of the holiday include gift-giving, church celebrations, and the display of various decorations—including the Christmas tree, lights, mistletoe, nativity scenes and holly. The jolly mythological figure Santa Claus (or Father Christmas) is also a large part of Christmas, whereas he is traditionally believed by millions of children as being a bringer of gifts on or before Christmas Day. Santa is generally believed to be the result of the syncretization of Saint Nicholas with elements from pagan Nordic and Christian mythology, and owes his modern appearance mostly to 19th century media.
Christmas is celebrated throughout the Christian population, but it is also celebrated by many non-Christians, usually because of its cultural status and its non-sectarian winter-related traditions. The holiday is widely celebrated around the world, including in the United States, where it is celebrated by 96% of the population. …

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