There are many differences between celebrating Christmas in Italy and the United States. The main reason is that all of Italy is Roman Catholic and even though many (especially younger) Italians don't go to church as often as their grandparents did, it is still a very religious holiday. Here are some interesting ways they celebrate Christmas in Italy...
Christmas Season Phrases
There's much more to the Christmas than just December 25th in Italy. Throughout December and January there are a number of religious holidays that are celebrated. Remember, since Italy is a Roman Catholic country, many religious holidays are also national holidays so you might find many government offices are closed:
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