traditions in the country
In The country, Christmas is very festive. The festival season begins with
the feast from the Immaculate Conception on eighth of December, that is held
yearly while watching great Medieval cathedral in Seville. The ceremony
and celebrations about this day are classified as ‘los Seises’ or even the ‘dance of
six.’ However, the ritual dance performance has precise movements and
gestures and it is done by ten boys which are decked in elaborate
costumes. On Christmas Eve referred to as ‘Nochebuena’ or ‘the Good Night’,
small oil lamps are lit out of all houses with the look of the
stars on the horizon. There’s a festive Christmas dinner to see relatives people
who gather round the Nativity scenes at home following the Night time
Traditional Spanish Christmas treat is Turron, almond chocolate. Following the
dinner, people dance on roads. The special Christmas dance of The country is
known as ‘Jota’ which is stated the lyrics and music which it’s
performed is centuries old. Instruments for example guitars and
castanets accompany Jota. Manger scenes are decorated in cathedrals and
places of worship in addition to homes. They frequently use created figures and families
gather round the manger during before Christmas to sing carols and
children play tambourines and dance. Cows receive special recognition in
The country, as French people think that the cow within the stable where Mary
delivered Jesus, breathed around the baby to help keep him warm. Spanish
Christmas is extremely religious.
The patron saint of the nation is Virgin Mary. Swingsets are
especially setup for Christmas which is thought that swinging at
solstice time evokes an old desire under the sun to ‘swing’ greater in
heaven. On 28th of December, there’s the feast from the Holy Innocents.
Youthful boys light bonfires and something is hired the mayor during the day,
who orders everyone from the town or village to do social chores
for example sweeping the roads.
Any refusals warrant fines, which are utilized to purchase Christmas
celebrations. Spanish children receive gifts on sixth of The month of january through the
Three Wise Men. Around the previous evening, they leave their footwear outdoors
and fill all of them with straw or barley and carrots for his or her camels and
horses and discover that it’s passed by the morning and therefore are substituted with
presents on their behalf rather. Footwear might be stored in doorways, windowsills or
balconies, in which the Wise Men will find them easily.
I GOT COAL FOR CHRISTMAS | Spanish Christmas Customs
KidkevinK20: Congrats on 5k subs. I really like the Spanish videos. \n-USA
Pedro Rivas: +FnesSnorlx Thanks man! I'll keep them coming :)
João Arthur Cerqueira: I'm from Brazil and our Christmas and New Year is always in summer. In my city (Teresina, one of the hottest in the country) is always very hot (like 38ºC or 42ºC), the months between September and January are the hottest in the year, winter is better hahahaha. Congratulations for this amazing channel, greetings from Brazil :)
Pedro Rivas: +João Arthur Cerqueira That is so different. One year I have to go there on Christmas! And go to the beach haha. Thank you for the kind words and the comment :)
Sango IY: El roscón de reyes!!!
Pedro Rivas: +Sango IY Se me olvidó, ¡es cierto ! :)
mold.spore: In United States we spend time together and exchange presents and that's basically it.
Pedro Rivas: +KawaiiWolfGirl23 Thank you, it's similar to us then!
mold.spore: +Pedro Rivas yeah it's pretty similar isn't it?
Marli's World Inspiration: I'm from Austria and there we open our presents on 24th of December at the evening. You invite your friends without childrens over and sometimes your family. An the presents were given by the "Christkind" which is maybe Jesus, maybe it's an angle or it's god. Nobody knows!😉