When Do I Take down My Xmas Decorations?

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According to Christian traditions the time for taking down your Xmas Decorations is the 5th of January. This day is traditionally known as the Twelfth Night and the decorations are taking down as this day so as not to bring bad luck upon the home.
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It is custom to take down before the end of the 12th day of Christmas. This falls on the 5th of January. The custom has been used since the reign of Queen Victoria. The same decorations are supposed to have been put up on the eve of Christmas.
Christmas Decorations should be removed on the Twelfth Night, which is 5th of January. The decorations are removed so as not to bring bad fortune upon the home. However, if decorations are not taken away on Twelfth Night, then they should remain up all year.
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Whenever you want to take them down. : My family leaves them up till a little after new years.
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Some say Christmas decorations should be taken down before January 6.
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