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Christmas is celebrated differently all over the world. In the US and the UK, it is typically celebrated by decorating Christmas trees, wrapping gifts, hanging stockings for Santa Claus to fill, singing carols and feasting with family and friends.

Christmas in the Victorian Era - The Complete Victorian


A page of Victorian Christmas Traditions. It includes Victorian crafts, Victorian party games and some Victorian recipies.

BBC - Victorian Christmas - History of Christmas


The Victorians began our beloved Christmas traditions, the turkey, the Christmas Tree, mulled wine. Learn more about the history of Christmas and Victorians ...

A Victorian Christmas - Historic UK


With the arrival of Christianity, pagan festivals became mixed with Christmas celebrations. One of the leftovers from these pagan days is the custom of bedecking ...

Victorian Christmas - Traditions, Cards, Crackers & Children


Victorian Christmas. The significance of the Victorian era and their impact on the way we operate in modern day society cannot be measured. It was an important ...

V&A · Victorian Christmas traditions


At the dawn of the 19th century, Christmas was hardly celebrated – at least, not in a way we would recognise today. Many businesses didn't consider it to be a ...

Victorian Christmas Facts and Information | Primary Facts


Sep 26, 2012 ... The celebration of Christmas was very important to the Victorians. Here are some facts about the different traditions and activities associated ...

Victorian Christmas | Old Fashioned Christmas (Victoriana Magazine)


Create the magic of an old-fashioned Christmas with Victorian Christmas decorations, ... The traditional Christmas came about with Charles Dickens; an ...

Victorian Christmas - The British Library


Should one want to find the ultimate Christmas celebration, the oldest traditions, the most cherished customs, surely Dickens is the author to turn to. The problem  ...

Victorian Christmas - Early Modern England


Dec 25, 2012 ... Victorian Christmas. ... Celebrations among the upper classes occurred but included an array of guests, not just immediate family and close ...