How Do Mexicans Celebrate Christmas?


In Mexico, preparations of Christmas begin nine days before Christmas, with the Las Posada celebrations. During Christmas, the poinsettia flower which is believed to have formed miraculously one Christmas Eve, is very popular. The celebration is associated with traditional Mexican delicacies and drinks.
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1. Join in the celebration of "Las Posadas, when candlelight processions proceed through the town to re-create the wanderings of the Holy Family in search of lodging. Las Posadas
On Christmas eve they have family time, they have pinates sparklers, flowers, and nativity scenes. On Christmas day they just relax and eat leftovers.
Mexicans celebrate the birth of Jesus with las Posadas,9 days of preparation
1. Send Christmas cards to family and friends wishing them a merry Christmas and a happy new year. 2. Set up a live or artificial Christmas tree in your home. Decorate it with ornaments
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Christmas is celebrated differently all over the world. In the US and the UK, it is typically celebrated by decorating Christmas trees, wrapping gifts, hanging stockings for Santa Claus to fill, singing carols and feasting with family and friends.
Mexicans do observe Christmas on December 25th when they worship and have a feast. However, they do not exchange presents until January 6th, which is known as Epiphany. You can find more information here:
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