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Wed, Nov 22 2017 11:16:40 AM
From:  ES038-Mojo de caña  
To:  DE001-IJAB 
Cc:  General 
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Good morning,

love the idea! here is some Serbian traditions, taken from wikipedia source!

The Serbian name for Christmas Eve during the day is Badnji dan. After sunset it becomes Badnje veče.On this day, the family makes preparations for the oncoming celebration. The dinner on this day is festive, copious and diverse in foods, although it is prepared in accordance with the rules of fasting.

On Christmas Day, the celebration is announced at dawn by church bells, and by shooting from guns and prangijas. The head of household and some of the family go to church to attend the Morning Liturgy. No one is to eat anything before tasting the prosphora, which the head of household brings from church for those who stay at home to do domestic tasks for this morning

photo:  People burn dried oak branches in front of St Sava church in Belgrade, Serbia,

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