How Does Poland Celebrate Christmas?

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Polish people celebrate Christmas by setting up nativity scenes in streets and homes. They also prepare feasts which compose of foods like turkeys and honey noodles among other delicacies. People of Poland start the Christmas celebrations after the first star appears on the sky on that eve.
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Advent is an important season in Poland, with special church services, known as Roraty, being held every morning at 6am. Beautifully lit Christmas trees are placed in all public arenas, outside churches and in homes.
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