Christmas in Italy

Do you know these Italian Christmas traditions?

Christmas in Italy

Christmas is around the corner and children all around the world, are waiting for Santa Claus, Babbo Natale, in Italy, but the mysterious man in red is not the only protagonist of the Christmas holidays.

Christmas is around the corner and children all around the world, are waiting for Santa Claus, Babbo Natale, in Italy, but the mysterious man in red is not the only protagonist of the Christmas holidays.

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