Holidays in Algeria 🇩🇿
As you might have already noticed, the Wolt-Team is very international, and we have colleagues from all over the world. 🌍 Today, our colleague Amine shared some holiday rituals and tradtions from his home country Algeria with us.
Eid el fitr is a muslim religious festival, and is celebrated at the end of Ramadan. After 1 month of fasting, Eid el fitr is celebrated by making and eating lots of cakes and sweets, wearing new clothes and visiting family to share the cake and sweets that have been made. And also to exchange gifts. It is very popular to gift money, and kids receive toys.
During pre-Eid el fitr Muslims start making cakes, go shopping for new clothes and gifts. There are always mixed feelings of happiness that Eid is almost here and sadness that ramadan is almost over.
What Amine likes about Christmas in Germany is: The Christmas markets, the lights and decorations, the snow (if we are lucky) and seeing people happy and celebrating this special time of the year. 🌟💙
Do you exchange gifts during your holidays? What has been your favorite one? 🎁
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