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Once he is let in, he puts his sack and 'rute' (shepherd's crook) aside and greets the family. Stecke deine Rute ein, will auch immer artig sein. The regions around the Erzgebirge mountain range are famous for their handmade wooden crafts. These fans invite friends over for a mug of Feuerzangenbowle anda screening of the iconic film. Traditionally, on Heiligabend (Christmas Eve), in Germany, a simple meal will be prepared and served before or after the Bescherung ("time for exchanging gifts"), in contrast to the big meal on Christmas Day that is eaten in certain other countries such as Switzerland. In Switzerland often small meals are offered. The run up to Christmas in Germany starts four Sundays before December 25 and is known as Advent. XID: 2251590301. She symbolises the emerging sun after the winter solstice. Nicholas Day is celebrated on December 6th in Germany as well as in other European countries. For the Bescherung in Germany, the only light comes from the Christmas tree lights (in the past generated by real candles, though today generally replaced by electric lights). Krampus Night (Krampus Nacht) In Southern Bavaria, locals celebrate St. If the young ones could answer religious questions and said their bedtime prayers faithfully, they received a gift from the sack that Nicholas' companion, Knecht Ruprecht, had slung over his shoulder. Public Life. b2d0762948
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