Christmas is celebrated by many Christians on December 25 in the Gregorian calendar. For Eastern Orthodox churches that continue to use the Julian calendar for liturgical observances, this date corresponds to January 7 on the Gregorian calendar.

Gifts are exchanged on Christmas Eve in most European countries and on Christmas morning in North America. Christians and non-Christians participate in some of the most popular Christmas traditions, many of which have no origins in Christianity. These customs include decorating evergreen trees—or, in India, mango or bamboo trees; feasting (picnics and fireworks are popular in warm climates); and exchanging gifts on Christmas Eve or Christmas morning.

El departamento de INGLÉS os invita a leer la información en los dos corchos disponibles (hall y primera planta derecha); además, hemos decorado la entrada al departamento, os invitamos también a verla. FELIZ NAVIDAD!!