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Holidays’ tradition

Christmas is gone, but the Italian holidays’ tradition is not finished. Today it is Saint Stephen, patron of Italy, so we are still celebrating. But Teresa is something more curious. For us, the festivity will finish on 6th January, with Befana, an old lady. Maybe it is not only an Italian holiday’s tradition but here it is like a second…
Italy
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Christmas lunch tradition

Here it is almost time for Christmas lunch and in my house, we are getting ready. I renew my wishes to all of you. To whom is celebrating this day: how is it going? I hope very well, I hope you are having a really smiling Christmas, full of joy. Well, today I am at home, so I have no…
Piedmont, Italy
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Christmas: what do you do?

Now Christmas time has really arrived. In a couple of days, we will be seated with the family to celebrate Jesus birthday. Now I am buying the last presents for relatives and friends. Everything around is full of Christmas lights and songs. The atmosphere looks magic, the streets are crowdy, the shops and the markets are full of decorations and…
Italy
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Snow for Christmas

The weather forecast was not clear, but the snow for Christmas started to cover streets, houses, and fields. It is almost winter and luckily the white lady, as we call it, arrived in town. It’s a dream for all the people to see the snow during Xmas day and time. Well, it is a bit early, but it is so nice…
Piedmont, Italy
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Christmas in Milan: lights, shops and market

I like a lot this period because of the atmosphere. In these days I had the chance to see a bit of Christmas in Milan. In the city for some business I went around the centre. I saw trees, decorations around the main attractions of the city, starting from Piazza Duomo. It is nice to watch Xmas decorations and people…
Milan, Italy
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