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In Slovakia, Christmas trees are put up on Christmas Eve. People go to church and have traditional Christmas dinner. After dinner, Christmas presents are opened.
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blog.timeforslovakia.com/slovak-christmas-traditions

Slovak Christmas Traditions. by Danka · 26. December 2015. christmas in slovakia tour company. Slovakia is a country of fascinating traditions. It's surprising ...

www.slovak.com/xmas_traditions

Dec 16, 1997 ... Slovaks and Christmas Traditions. Christmas is celebrated throughout the world by different peoples in a slightly different way. Slovaks around ...

www.52insk.com/2010/christmas-traditions

Dec 27, 2010 ... Christmas in Slovakia. December 27, 2010. By Allan Stevo. Christmas in Slovakia can be said to span for three days, which is also how long ...

www.whychristmas.com/cultures/slovakia.shtml

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

www.slovakheritage.org/Folkcustoms/christmas_trad.htm

SLOVAK. CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS. When I was a little boy in my home town Bratislava, I can remember the beginning of the Christmas season by the ...

www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2014/12/22/372088391/in-slovakia-christmas-dinner-starts-in-the-bathtub

Dec 22, 2014 ... Christmas carp is a holiday mainstay in many central European nations. Traditionally, it swims in the family tub for a day or two, sometimes ...

www.slovakcooking.com/2010/blog/christmas-in-slovakia

Dec 2, 2010 ... (Bon Appétit and Merry Christmas). You will also find out more about Slovak Christmas traditions in the 2011 followup, Merry Christmas.

www.shsnepa.org/Bulletin%20Board.htm

Our own, Robert Junas and his sister, Lil, shared with Kent Jackson, staff writer, their family's Slovak Christmas Traditions. Msgr Beeda shared Slovak-American ...

blog.resco.net/2014/12/19/wildly-strange-christmas-traditions-in-slovakia

Dec 19, 2014 ... Whenever I try to explain Slovak Christmas traditions to my foreign friends, they seem baffled. I can understand why. Some of our traditions, the ...