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@9950_panda_7021 For real it be like that.
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When Christmas comes, everything is full of music, Christmas carols, Christmas lights, children's songs and Christmas songs. It is a gift to listen to children sing their Christmas songs and Christmas carols, you can also listen to new songs, because the clips of Christmas songs and Christmas carols are periodically renewed. Like the ever-present Christmas tree, music should not be missing, listen to the music while you open your gift from Santa Claus.

 

Music at this time of year is essential to feel completely happy, to flood your home with the Christmas atmosphere. Because it's time for parties and celebrations, you can't miss Christmas songs. That's why Bemorepanda collected all this songs for you.

 

1.Sia - Snowman

 

2.Mariah Carey - All I Want For Christmas Is You


 

 

 

3.Dean Martin - Let it Snow!


 

 

4.Wham! - Last Christmas (Official Video)


 

 

5.Train - Shake Up Christmas (Official Video)


 

 

6.Michael Bublé - Holly Jolly Christmas 


 

 

7.Justin Bieber - Mistletoe


 

 

8.Ariana Grande - Santa Tell Me


 

 

9.Glee Cast - Jingle Bell Rock (Christmas Songs - Yule Log)


 

 

 

10.Celine Dion - So This Is Christmas


 

 

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Decorated Christmas trees as a home attribute of Christmas appear in the first half of the 17th century in Germany and the Baltic states. The first decorations were quite simple and followed Christian symbolism: the star of Bethlehem served as the pommel, apples were hung on the branches as a symbol of fruits from the tree of the knowledge of Good and Evil, candles were strengthened and lit as symbols of angelic purity. As the tradition developed as intended for children, decorations became more complicated, artificial decorations, sweets and nuts were hung on the tree.


According to one legend, the first glass Christmas tree decorations appeared in Saxony in the 16th century, that is, even earlier than the first documented installation of a Christmas tree. Another legend connects their appearance with the poor apple harvest in Germany in 1848. Then glass blowers in the town of Lauscha in Thuringia made glass "apples" instead of glass and sold them successfully, which marked the beginning of the regular production of decorations for the holiday. Then they began to blow them in Saxony.


It is difficult to judge how legendary this information is and how much it is connected with the rivalry of glass blowers from different regions. The fact remains that since the middle of the 19th century the glass-blowing production in Lauscha has remained one of the oldest glass Christmas tree decorations production facilities. In 1867, a large gas factory was opened there, whose artisans, using easily controlled gas burners with high-temperature flames, were already blowing out large thin-walled balls.


The tradition of decorating Christmas trees came to Britain with German immigrants in the early 19th century, and, as before in continental Europe, quickly spread to the islands. In the United States, the tradition of decorated Christmas trees was also introduced by German immigrants, and came into wide use in 1850. That year, the popular women's illustrated almanac, Godey’s Lady’s Book, printed The Royal Family at the Christmas Tree.


Today everyone decorates their houses and Christmas trees, that's why Bemorepanda collected all of them for you!


1.Beautiful room decor



2.This is BOOM


3.Living room decor


4.Lovely Christmas decor


5.Beautiful Christmas tree



6.Dogs and Christmas decor



7.Romantic Christmas decor



8.A great transformation


9.Ready for guests on Christmas



10.Ready for a Christmas movie


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When is New Year?

ο»ΏNew Year's Day 2021 falls on the 1st of January each year and marks the commencement of the Gregorian calendar. It is one of the most celebrated public holidays not only in the United States of America but throughout the world.

 

As the clock strikes midnight at various times around the world, the whole world unites in celebration. Often marked with huge firework displays in all the capital cities of the world and party's that run long into the small hours.

 

It's the time for new beginnings and a new start. It's the time to leave behind all the worries and the negative effects caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. As the new vaccine has been developed by a few leading drug companies, we should be hopeful that 2021 will be a better year.

 

So let's count the days till this magical event will happen. We, the Bemorepanda team will post daily news about how the world is getting prepared to celebrate this day. Stay tuned.

 

 

2nd of December, 2020 - The second day of this magic winter, there are only 29 days till the end of the year. Worldwide 2nd December celebrated as World Computer Literacy Day, World Pollution Prevention Day and International Day for Abolition of Slavery.

1st of December, 2020 - Today is officially winter and also today, we begin to count the number of days we have left until the New Year, 2021. December awareness days and months include a host of important causes and health events. It is also the season to be jolly and show your love and compassion. Kicking off the month is World Aids Day, on December 1st.

 

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Welcome to Bemorepanda's countdown page until Christmas 2020. We want all of us to be part of this magical event so we will be sharing daily news and activities in order to bring back joy and happiness. Let's put aside all the negative news surrounding the Coronavirus Pandemic and start our preparation with enthusiasm!

 

 

ο»ΏWhen is Christmas in 2020?

 

Christmas Eve and Christmas Day occur on the same dates in the month of December. Christmas Eve is on December 24 with Christmas Day following on December 25. While the numbered dates remain the same, the days of the week for Christmas change year to year.

 

Why do we celebrate Christmas on December 25?

 

Christmas Day is an annual Christian festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. Specifically, the meaning of Christmas comes in the remembrance and celebration of God’s presence in our world through Jesus. Christmas is also extensively celebrated by non-Christians as a seasonal holiday, on which popular traditions such as gift-giving, feasting, and caroling take place.

 

Although the actual date of Christ’s birth is unknown, Christmas has been symbolically celebrated on the 25th of December since the 4th century.

 

Scholars can’t agree on exactly when Christ was born, and the exact circumstances of the beginning of Christmas as we know it remains obscure. Some chronographers of the third century reckoned December 25, around the winter solstice, was the most likely day of Christ’s birth, although other dates had been suggested, including several in spring and fall. The oldest existing record of a feast to celebrate the birth of Christ in the western Church is in the Roman almanac called the Chronographer (or Chronographyof 354, also known as the Philocalian Calendar. This almanac noted that a festival commemorating Christ’s birth was observed by the church in Rome in the year 336.

 

How did the idea of a Christmas tree start?

 

Its origin is probably within winter celebrations long before the beginning of Christianity. The practice of decorating a tree, or using plants and trees that were green year-round, was important for people in winter climates. Some cultures believed evergreens would keep witches, ghosts, evil spirits, and even illness at bay. During the Middle Ages, December 24 was celebrated as the Feast of Adam and Eve, complete with a Paradise Tree, which was a fir tree hung with red apples. Today, the practice of using decorated evergreen trees as part of the Christian celebration of Christmas is a custom begun in Germany over 400 years ago that spread rapidly throughout northern Europe and, hence, became a tradition transplanted to the New World by European immigrants.

 

2nd of December, 2020 - We are getting closer to the magic Christmas spirit with one more day. Worldwide 2nd December celebrated as World Computer Literacy Day, World Pollution Prevention Day and International Day for Abolition of Slavery.

1st of December,2020 - This is the day when the magic countdown starts. Everyone is waiting for Christmas and Santa to arrive. Happy 1st December everyone! Events for today.

30th of November, 2020 - Today is the last day of November and from tomorrow, the festive period will start, which is the December month. 24 days to go until the big event so stay with us more fun and interesting facts about the Christmas Holiday

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