In Italy, Christmas celebrations often include the Nativity crib scene, depicting the birth of Jesus, as well as Carol singing, attending Christmas Mass, eating a Christmas meal often with Panettone for dessert.
Celebrations in Italy last from Christmas until Epiphany on January 6, which is another traditional day for gift giving. Children often hang stockings Epiphany night, which are filled by Befana, a nice old lady who rides a broom.
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For many Italian-American families a big Christmas Eve meal of different fish
dishes is now a very popular tradition! It's known as The Feast of the Seven
Christmas in Italy. Traditions. The Christmas season lasts for 3 weeks in Italy. It
goes from December 17 to January 6. During this time children go from home to ...
Italian traditions in Italy are based heavily on the religion of. Christianity.
Christmas starts eight days before Christmas and lasts. till after the Feast of
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The Italian festive season starts on December 8th with the celebration of the
Immaculate Conception, and continues until the Epithany on January 6th, when
Christmas is celebrated everywhere in Italy, with nativity scenes, trees, pageants
and markets - In ... The tradition of bagpipes goes back to ancient Roman times.
Christmas, as it is celebrated in Italy, has two origins: the familiar traditions of
Christianity blended with the pagan traditions predating the Christmas era.