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Christmas History Trivia

Christmas History Trivia
Arrival of Christmas marks the birth of Jesus. It is the festival of joy and happiness. Christmas symbolize spreading love and peace
among fellow human beings. One of the ideal ways to show love and care for your loved ones is the beautiful Christmas gift.The main idea for Christmas Gifts is to make your loved ones feel special. You can also make the Christmas a little special by offering Christmas gifts to needy.

Interesting Christmas History Trivia

  • According to late Old English, Christmas is also referred as Cristes Maesse. Cristes Maesse means Mass of Christ.

  • In earlier times, Christmas lights were quite expensive. To decorate their houses, people used to rent these lights.

  • In earlier times, Christians used to decorate their homes with Saturnalia holly. During Roman pagan festival, this prevents persecution.

  • Washington Irving had written a book, The Keeping of Christmas at Bracebridge Hall. This book had a major share in the popularity of Christmas.

  • In the year 1834, tradition of Christmas tree and Christmas Carols in Windsor Castle was brought by Prince Albert. He was the husband of Queen Victoria of Britain.

  • The last US state that declared Christmas as a legal holiday was Oklahoma in the year 1860.
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