To celebrate Christmas, we created 20 illustrations of unusual & romantic Christmas traditions from all around the world in collaboration with artist Marie Muravski.

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#1 Austria

Austria

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SusannaVesna 11 months ago

Interesting tradition

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#2 Portugal

Portugal

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BobalinaBob 11 months ago

That's in Poland too but it's in case a homeless person or someone with no place to go would come on Christmas to have a place ready

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#3 Belarus

Belarus

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PriyankaJatan 11 months ago

Wisdom chicken....

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#4 Uk

Uk

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DavinKho 11 months ago

werwerwer

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#5 Ukraine

Ukraine

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ElenaTonyuk 11 months ago

I am from Ukraine and I have never heard about this.

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#6 Finland

Finland

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IreneRussak 11 months ago

We do it in Estonia too:)

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#7 Sweden

Sweden

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SigridVinter 11 months ago

Ris a la mande. Not Malta. And the tradition is danish.

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#8 Italy

Italy

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AntonellaBianchi 11 months ago

It's not fancy pants, it's red underwater. Red is supposed to protect against bad lucky.

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#9 Worldwide

Worldwide

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EdSheeranIsBae 11 months ago

Heh, I wish someone would do this to me. hehe. I'm so lonely... ;-;

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#10 Czech Republic

Czech Republic

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RJazz909 11 months ago

This makes no sense. But then again i'm from the U.S, so I have to make fun of/question other countries' beliefs, and customs.

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#11 Venezuela

Venezuela

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MaisaChaves 11 months ago

I love this one

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#12 Japan

Japan

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RogerNehring 11 months ago

That's just bizarre!

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#13 Greenland

Greenland

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MaryamObaid 11 months ago

That's actually very depressing and sad. Guys like that aren't marriage material!

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#14 Haiti

Haiti

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KarenPerez 11 months ago

Food for reindeer?

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#15 Mexico

Mexico

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UsagiKoiVandal 9 months ago

I´m from Mexico and I didn't know about this.. XD. But I made a research and It's true!... Anyway.. In México we have alot of traditions. Some of them are weard, some ones really beautiful.

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#16 Philippines

Philippines

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Leiah 11 months ago

It's 'KESO de Bola'

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#17 Greece

Greece

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Annabowlanoodles 11 months ago

In my experience, both the boys and girls would use cedar, the bundles represented their personal wishes

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#18 Poland

Poland

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AgnieszkaBudzińska 11 months ago

I've never heard of this! We do put hay under the table cloth but it symbolises the hay Jesus was put in when he was born :) Another wonderful tradition we have is sharing the holy wafer between each of the guests, right before the Christmas Eve dinner. We then tell each other good wishes and eat a piece of the holy wafer from the person who gives you the wishes. :)

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#19 Usa

Usa

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guess 11 months ago

I've never heard of this! ...Wouldn't it stink?

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#20 Catalonia

Catalonia

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EdSheeranIsBae 11 months ago

That sounds fun! I wish it was in the UK too! xD

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