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Traditional Christmas celebrations in Spain include displaying Nativity scenes, going to Midnight Mass, and eating a meal on Christmas Eve (called Nochebuena), which can last all night long.
The Christmas season in Spain, called Navidad, lasts from December 24 through Epiphany on January 6, which is the day that most gifts are given, and there is a large parade and festival.
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Christmas in Spain - Wikipedia


Christmas in Spain may refer to: Christmas as it is celebrated in Spain; " Christmas in Spain", an episode of the television series Teletubbies ...

Christmas in Spain -- Christmas Around the World -- whychristmas ...


How Christmas is celebrated in Spain and lots of other countries around the world.

Christmas In Spain | Feliz Navidad | Spanish Fiestas


The first thing that the visitor will notice is that Christmas in Spain is not as huge a commercial occasion as is the case in many other western countries.

Christmas in Spain - Spanish Christmas Traditions | don Quijote


Christmas in Spain. Spanish Christmas gets off to a rather peculiar and unofficial start on Dec. 22nd with the Spanish Christmas Lottery.

Holiday Traditions - Spain


In Spain, the Christmas holiday season is full of the usual Christmas festivities, but there is one tradition, not at all common elsewhere. Named "Hogueras" ...

BBC - Languages - Spanish - Christmas - Spain


BBC Languages - Learn Spanish in your own time and have fun with Christmas. Find out about a typical Spanish Christmas.

Christmas in Spain


Christmas in Spain is unlike Christmas in the United States. The Christmas season runs much longer. While in the United States it ends on Christmas Day, ...

A trip to Spain for Christmas. | spain.info in english


Should you decide to spend you Christmas in Spain you will find a country transformed. At this time of year, all the streets are decorated with coloured lights and ...

12 weird and wonderful Christmas traditions celebrated across Spain


Dec 1, 2016 ... From Catalonia's 'crapping log' to the Basque Country's very own version of Santa Claus, The Local guides you through the weird and ...