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How to… Celebrate Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve is observed differently according to local cultures and traditions but it remains essentially a vigil ahead of the major feast of the Nativity. In Russia, it is marked by fasting until midnight, for instance, and in Germany it is traditional
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