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Christmas Around The World...BELGIUM! ♥ Photo: Great Market ready for Christmas, Brussels Small family Christmas presents are also given at Christmas too, under the tree, or in stockings near the fire-place, to be found in the morning or opened on Christmas Eve.The traditional Christmas breakfast is the same as the normal Sunday breakfast eaten throughout the year.

Grand Place in Brussels, Belgium. Our tips for things to do in Brussels: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2011/07/21/things-to-do-brussels/

Christmas Around The World...ARGENTINA! ♥ People go to the church with family, then come back to a family gathering. At midnight after eating they toast, then the adults' dance while younger people go out to see the fireworks. After this they go to sleep, but not before they open the presents under the Christmas tree. That day is very special for because they are Christian and celebrate Jesus' birth on the 24th of December. Buenos Aires street for Christmas Photo via…

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The Best Christmas Markets in Europe

Brussels, Belgium 1 of 13 Brussels' Christmas market has been around only since 2002, but it pulls off its Plaisirs d'Hiver/Winter Pret ("Pleasures of Winter") festival with elegant style.

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Bruxelles: marché de noël

Marché de noël de Bruxelles en Belgique

The evening is called Sinterklaasavond or Pakjesavond. For Belgian and Dutch children, it is customary to put one shoe in front of the fireplace from the day Sinterklaas arrives in the Netherlands, usually in the third week of November, sing Sinterklaas songs and go to bed. A carrot and/or hay, an apple, etc. may put in the shoe as a treat for Sinterklaas' horse. The next morning the carrot would be gone and the children may find candy or a small present in their shoes.

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The Perfect New Year's Eve in Paris

What could be more magical than ringing in the New Year in Paris? It's the City of Light, after all, and there's really no better way to see this city than when it’s all lit up by beautiful holiday decorations. Stroll the cobblestone streets of Montmartre, wander along the quais of the Seine, and let Paris’ romance sweep you away, if only for a second. If you’re lucky you might even get to enjoy the city all covered in freshly fallen snow.Here's how to have the perfect New Year's Eve in Paris. …

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28 Incredibly Beautiful Places You Won't Believe Actually Exist

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