Difference between Culture and Tradition?

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Culture is a type of heritage. This defines where you came from and your ancestry as well as the country of your birth or your ancestors birth. Tradition is a type of activity. This is something that your family or your culture has done for a long time. This could be celebrating Christmas with candles or getting together for a party in the summer. 
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