Each nation has its own way of celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Some nations bake their traditional sweets and meats to welcome the day while combining it with the standard practice of cake mixing, making rum cakes, etc. In the UK, celebrations start as early as November with homes decorated using fairy lights and displays.
Germans start with the festival season on 24 December and take it on to 26th December. Church mass is held on the last day as well and therefore families visit the same and celebrate it with religious sentiments. Norway's term the month as Jul and wish each other as Lord Jul that means happy Christmas and await the arrival of their native Santa Claus.