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CHRISTMAS 2018

#christmas #holiday #jesusbirthday

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Christmas is an annual festival, commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world.

Christmas in the Philippines

🇵🇭(Pasko sa Pilipinas), one of two predominantly Is one of the christian asian country is one of the biggest holidays in the island. The country celebrates the world’s longest Christmas season,[1] with Christmas carol heard as early as September. The official observance by the Catholic church of the philippines is from the beginning of the Night mass (simbang gabi) on December 16 until the Feast of the Epiphany on the first Sunday of the year.

Every year, Filipinos from around the world mark September 1 as the beginning of the countdown to Christmas. This countdown, which spans from September to December, otherwise known as the BER MONTH

#Bermonth

Filipinos will begin decorating their houses, establishments, and streets with gleaming displays, huge Christmas trees, and astounding decorations. Aside from that, you’ll start hearing Christmas song.

Philippines is one of the most important traditions that makes the world’s earliest and longest timespan of a Christmas season.

This is our tradition as a Filipino, some people they think we are weird but not all because they don’t know what is Filipino traditions during a Christmas.

We celebrate Christmas here in Copenhagen Denmark 🇩🇰, even if im here we never change our tradition i did not follow the tradition in Denmark though they celebrate in different way compare to Filipino’s.

NOCHE BUENA

#nochebuena

Celebrating Christmas in the Philippines always calls for a feast. With our streets festooned with flashing parols and twinkling holiday lights, families gather around dinner tables as soon as clocks hit midnight. 

Monito& monita

Exchange gift

#exchangegift #monito #monita

Christmas is the season of gift giving. In keeping with the tradition of giving, Filipinos have their own version of exchanging gifts called “Monito Monita.” This is usually done among groups of friends.

#fin #merrychristmaseveryone #welcome2019 #soontobefollowed

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