How different countries will look during Christmas?

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Did you know that the Philippines has the longest Christmas season out of all the places in the world? The city of San Fernando holds the Ligligan Parul (Giant Lantern Festival), where thousands of spinning lights illuminate the night sky, making it the "Christmas Capital of the Philippines"

Philippines

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Christmas in Japan is celebrated with various activities, including eating Kentucky Fried Chicken and decorating homes with Christmas ornaments. Also, the whole country is illuminated with blue and yellow lights.

Japan

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The country believes in the existence of a giant Yule Cat, which is said to roam the countryside at Christmas time. Locals wear new clothes to avoid being eaten by the Yule Cat.

Iceland

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Santa Claus is said to leave his reindeer in the care of a local farmer, and children leave their shoes out to receive treats and presents. The most beautiful thing about Christmas in Finland is the Northern lights (aurora borealis) that illuminate the skies.

Finland

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Christmas in England is marked by several special traditions. One of the most iconic traditions is the Christmas tree, popularized by Prince Albert, the husband of Queen Victoria. The decorating of the tree is a family occasion, and every city, village, and neighborhood is adorned with beautifully decorated trees. 

England

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Munich is one of the most picturesque Christmas destinations in the world. Winter in Munich simply means a 100-foot tall Christmas tree in the Marienplatz over two dozen Christmas markets. 

Germany

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