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 • Christmas in Poland Britain • Christmas in Poland Britain

 • Christmas is the most popular family holiday the same as in Britain • Christmas is the most popular family holiday the same as in Britain as Poland. This is a unique time when people try to be kind and friendly.

 • Streets are lit by coloured lamps, shops are full of people buying • Streets are lit by coloured lamps, shops are full of people buying presents, choosing Christmas cards, Christmas trees are set up in every home and decorated with sparkling tinsel, candles, chains, toys and trinkets. All buildings are decorated.

 • In Poland we have Christmas Eve. • When the first star appears • In Poland we have Christmas Eve. • When the first star appears in the sky, people take their seats at the Christmas table. Everyone wishes someone „Merry Christmas” and divides wafer.

 • Once place at the table remains always empty for an unexpected guest. • Once place at the table remains always empty for an unexpected guest. • Polish people do not eat meat! They have twelve of dishes and they must all be tasted. • The most popular dishes are red borsch, pies or sour cabbage with mushrooms, fish (usually carp) and poppy-seed cake. • Before the family starts eating, all its members share the holy wafer. • On that day presents are put under the Christmas tree.

 • At midnight many people go to church to attend a special mass • At midnight many people go to church to attend a special mass during which Christmas carols are sung. Carols are about Jesus and his born. • This night is miraculous because it is believed that animals can speak with human voices.

 • For the British people Christmas is the time of meeting their families. • For the British people Christmas is the time of meeting their families. • Traditional Christmas symbol are Santa Claus, angels, holly or snowmen.

 • British children hang up special colourful stockings at the head of their • British children hang up special colourful stockings at the head of their beds as they believe that Santa Claus who arrives in a sledge drawn by reindeer visits each child’s house and leaves wonderful presents.

 • Christmas dinner traditionally containing of roast turkey, goose or chicken with stuffing • Christmas dinner traditionally containing of roast turkey, goose or chicken with stuffing and roast potatoes but also mince pies and rich Christmas pudding decorated with holly and containing delicacies, dried fruit and spices.

 • After dinner, everyone pulls Christmas crackers – brightly coloured paper tube, twisted • After dinner, everyone pulls Christmas crackers – brightly coloured paper tube, twisted at both ends. • The cracker is pulled by two people, it gives out a crack and its contents which are a party hat, riddle or a joke and a small toy, are dispersed.

 • Christmas is the special time, when people have time to rest and • Christmas is the special time, when people have time to rest and enjoy being with their families. • Everyone tries to be kind and friendly to others.

 • Thank you for your attention! Siedlec Ewelina • Thank you for your attention! Siedlec Ewelina