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Christmas in Croatia 🇭🇷


Today our colleague Rebeka told us about customs and tradition in her home country Croatia.

Did you know that Wolt is operating there as well? 🚴‍♂️


The traditions are quite similar to the German customs: advent calendar, decorating the house, getting a Christmas tree as soon as possible, to get in the spirit! 💫

A really popular tradition in Croatia is the so-called Christmas wheat, an Advent custom in which grains are planted on a plate, mostly on St. Barbara's Day (December 4) or St. Lucia's Day (December 13). This seed, which usually sprouts from wheat or barley, is one of the origins of the Christmas tree and is still widespread as a custom among Catholics, especially in Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia and southern France.


Furthermore, those who are religious go to church at 5am a few days before Christmas. On the 24th, it is very common to eat fish or other fasting meals. And on Christmas day, it is very popular to eat turkey with potato dumplings as well as a lot of cakes, that are freshly baked! 🍰


Have you ever heard of Christmas wheat, or maybe planted one yourself? 🌿


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Miembro desconocido
20 dic 2022

The tradition of putting tangerines in stockings comes from 12th century French nuns who left socks full of fruits and nuts and the tangerines at the houses of the poor.

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Miembro desconocido
20 dic 2022

I didt know about that :) nice!

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Miembro desconocido
20 dic 2022

No, I don't really know what is that 😅

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Miembro desconocido
19 dic 2022

In India we have multiple cultures and religions and festivals, ofcourse I am from south India one widespread Christmas tradition is the put a burning earthlamp on their roofs or star light . This practice symbolizes that Jesus is the light of the world. the Christians narrate the Christmas story and sing melodious carols in their homes or churches, As it is new to me when I was child and but I remember when Christmas comes they gives gifts and cake in church , so to collect that I rush into churches . It was good experience and best to remember

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Miembro desconocido
19 dic 2022

Never heard of Christmas wheat.

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