Time until 25 December, 2021:
Countdown to Christmas!
The Christmas countdown is a great way to enjoy the holidays while staying organized!
The timer automatically updates with your system's time so you don't have to worry about it going out of sync. Keep track of how many days are left until Christmas with this easy-to-use interactive widget.
Best Christmas Markets in Europe
Christmas markets are a German tradition in almost every town and city across the country. People start decorating the market stalls in November, but December is the month when the markets are most active. They are usually open for an extended period of time. Christmas markets are a great place to pick up some special gifts for your loved ones, as well as delicious food and drinks.
Christmas markets are a great way to get into the festive spirit and experience Europe in a different way. Christmas markets are found in almost every city across Europe. Most major cities in Europe will have a Christmas market and a tradition of celebrating Christmas in a special way. Christmas markets are a great way to get into the festive spirit and experience Europe in a different way. Buy some Christmas decorations, listen to carolers, eat some traditional food and drink a glass of Glühwein.
History of Christmas
Christmas Day falls on December 25 every year. Christmas Day is a Christian religious holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed most commonly by Christians. According to the Bible, Jesus was born in Bethlehem, in accordance with messianic prophecies in the Old Testament. The date of December 25 was chosen because it was the date the Romans marked as the winter solstice. The Romans (who were pagans at the time) celebrated their winter solstice on December 25, a day they called Dies Natalis Solis Invicti , "the birthday of the unconquered sun."
Why Australians celebrate Christmas in July
In July (typically the coldest month of winter), celebrations are created to emulate the mood of the season in the northern hemisphere. This means a lot of hearty food like roasts which may distract your mind from thinking about other things instead. Also, warm drinks by the fireplace is said to get you in that Christmas mood!
That's why we have Christmas in July, also known as Julbal and Yulefest in Australia. July is the coldest month of winter, so celebrations replicate the atmosphere of the northern hemisphere winter.
How to use the Christmas Countdown
The Christmas Countdown is a great way to track the time left until Santa arrives each year! You will be able to set up the timer on your personal calendar and watch how fast Christmas approaches! Use the countdown timer to plan out your shopping trips, gift-wrapping sessions or even that special Christmas recipe you always make for the Holiday season.
The free christmas countdown is a live countdown timer which calculates time remaining to Christmas on the basis of your current local time.
How to prepare for Christmas
It is a well-known fact that Christmas is a hectic and stressful time. However, there are ways to make it easier. Firstly, you need to get into the Christmas spirit. If you have a passion for Christmas, it will be much easier to get into the festive mood. If you don’t feel it, try to think about the reasons why people celebrate Christmas. The best way to get into the holiday spirit is to listen to some Christmas music, to watch Christmas movies, and to read Christmas books. Try to watch the classic film "It’s a wonderful life" or watch "A Christmas carol" by Charles Dickens. Reading a Christmas book is a great way to get into the holiday spirit. Try to read the story of the first Christmas or the Christmas story of your favorite character.
What day is Christmas?
Christmas is celebrated on December 25th every year. Christmas day is celebrated by Christians around the world. It is the day in which they believe Jesus Christ was born. It is a religious holiday. It is a time for presents. The gifts are often put under the Christmas tree. There are also Christmas trees decorated with lights.
Christmas is a holiday celebrated by billions of people around the globe and it's not just Christmas Day that's celebrated - the following day, Boxing Day, is a bank holiday in the UK. Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day are all national holidays in the UK. Christmas Eve is also celebrated in other countries such as Germany and some parts of Canada.
Christmas tradition in western cultures
Christmas is a worldwide festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed most commonly on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world. Christmas is celebrated by Christians primarily on December 25 as a religious holiday, and by many non-Christians as a cultural holiday. Christmas is a festival and holiday of lights, and the traditional Christmas decorations include the Nativity scene depicting the birth of Jesus, luminaria, a large star atop a Christmas tree, and wreaths with evergreen leaves, mistletoe and red berries. Christmas trees were traditionally decorated with apples and other fruits such as chestnuts and figs which represented fertility.
Countdown to Christmas in full screen mode
The Christmas countdown 2021 can be used as a full screen countdown. It has been intentionally designed to be used in full screen environments, perfect for a countdown with friends and family. You can also maximise your browser tab to make full use of full screen mode.