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Noël en France
Christmas celebrations start on the 6th of December in France.La fete de Saint Nicolas
Some French people attend midnight mass on Christmas Eve.However- often this is at about 8pm! This is called Le Réveillon (the awakening)
French children don’t have a Christmas stocking……They leave their shoes by the fireplace….. Le Père Noël leaves small presents in their shoes!
La bûche de Noël is a traditional Christmas dessert in France.It is called the Yule Log in English.
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