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It's easy to add some traditional Italian Christmas decorations to your holiday decoration collection. Many of these decorations include ornaments, nativity scenes, and even food used as centerpieces for Christmas feasts. This window is located in Rome, Italy. It is an elaborate decoration that includes deer, gold balls and ...

www.thelocal.it/20161213/very-italian-christmas-decorations

Dec 13, 2016 ... At Christmas time in Italy, you can expect to see everything from tacky tinsel and glitter along with more traditional decorations including religious nativity scenes.

www.walksofitaly.com/blog/traditions-2/christmas-traditions-in-italy

Nov 25, 2013 ... In other countries, Thanksgiving (or even Halloween!) signals the start of the Christmas season. In Italy, though, Christmas officially kicks off with the Day of the Immaculate Conception of Mary on December 8. This is when decorations go up (both on the streets and inside Italian homes) and when some ...

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Italian Christmas decorations provide you with the opportunity to add festive decor and old world charm to your home during the holiday season whether you are Italian or not.

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In Italy, Christmas celebration lasts about one month, starting on December 8th, the day of the Immacolata, on which traditionally the "Presepe" (Crib) and the.

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Explore JoAnn Brown's board "Italian christmas decorations" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Merry christmas love, Christmas decor and Merry christmas.

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The friendly Christmas witch, Befana, is said to bring gifts in Italy on January 6th. Large and small witch figurines are available at Italian Christmas markets, like the one shown here at Piazza Navona in Rome. The name Befana dates back to the Epiphany - the day on which the three wise men from the Bible are said to have ...

www.amoretravelguides.com/blog/decorate-your-home-as-they-do-in-italy.php

You need two things to decorate your home like a Christmas home in Italy.

www.tripsavvy.com/christmas-season-events-and-traditions-in-italy-1547262

Nov 22, 2017 ... Christmas decorations and trees are becoming more popular in Italy. Lights and decorations are often seen starting around December 8, the Feast Day of the Immaculate Conception, or even the end of November. The main focus of decorations continues to be the presepe, Nativity scene or creche. Almost ...