Forgotten Christmas Traditions From History

Unknown Christmas traditions and their fascinating origins

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Christmas traditions have become beloved hallmarks of the annual holiday. Candy canes, caroling, putting cookies out for Santa Claus and opening bright presents all connote Christmas.

Many of these North American traditions are from Victorian England, when Queen Victoria’s beloved husband Prince Albert…

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