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pro local Christmas Quiz

Christmas quiz

Have fun with our quiz about Christmas in Europe.

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True or false?

Good things take time and so it takes an average of 24 hours for a chocolate Santa to be industrially produced. To ensure that sales can start on time, production begins in the summer.
Leftover Easter bunnies are melted down again for sustainable production and mixed with freshly melted chocolate. The production of Easter bunnies begins immediately after Christmas, and these in turn are partly the reincarnation of unsold Santas.

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The Three Wise Men, fascinating and impressive figures of the Christmas tradition, brought the gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh.
But what is myrrh?

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In Venice, Naples and Sicily, spices and confectionery were mainly traded in small boxes in the 13th century. Over time, the word “mataban” for box was transferred to the contents. This is how the name marzipan came about.
Now the question: What is marzipan made from?

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The poinsettia flowers as a wild plant in the winter dry season, when it has often shed most of its leaves. The main flowering period lasts from November to January or February. In Europe, the plant adorns many a Christmas table and brings a bit of color into the winter with its bright red leaves. Where does the poinsettia plant originally come from?

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What is so special about the Finnish Santa Claus Joulupukki?

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What do people in the Czech Republic do with the scales of the carp they eat at Christmas?

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Which famous Christmas carol comes from Austria and was first performed in 1818?

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When it comes to Christmas trees, the Nordmann fir is very popular in German-speaking countries.
Where does the Nordmann fir originally come from?

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What does Pippi Longstocking get as a present in “Pippi celebrates Christmas”?

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In some countries, Christmas is a far cry from the silent night. In the country we are looking for, children parade through the streets on the evening of December 24. They make a lot of noise with drums and bells and want to bless the houses. They sing the so-called Kalanda. These are songs of praise that are supposed to bring good luck. As a thank you, they are given sweets, figs and cookies. The real gifts are only given much later.
Which country are you looking for?

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