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Although this site appears to be in Ukrainian, it basically gives ideas for making Christmas villages out of all kinds of materials -- cardboard, wood, clay, etc.  Some very cute Christmas ideas!

Although this site appears to be in Ukrainian, it basically gives ideas for making Christmas villages out of all kinds of materials -- cardboard, wood, clay, etc. Some very cute Christmas ideas!

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The oplatek, embossed with a Christmas scene, is shared among family members before Christmas Eve dinner.

The oplatek, embossed with a Christmas scene, is shared among family members before Christmas Eve dinner.

Kalach: ring-shaped bread typically served at Christmas and funerals. The dough is braided, often with three strands representing the Holy Trinity. The braid is then shaped into a circle (circle = kolo in Ukrainian) representing the circle of life and family.

Kalach: ring-shaped bread typically served at Christmas and funerals. The dough is braided, often with three strands representing the Holy Trinity. The braid is then shaped into a circle (circle = kolo in Ukrainian) representing the circle of life and family.

A twelve-dish Christmas Eve supper is traditionally prepared in many Eastern European cultures, including Lithuanian, Polish, and Ukrainian (cultures of regions that were formerly part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth). Ukrainian: Свята вечеря, Sviata vecheria,  consists of twelve meatless dishes representing the twelve Apostles.

A twelve-dish Christmas Eve supper is traditionally prepared in many Eastern European cultures, including Lithuanian, Polish, and Ukrainian (cultures of regions that were formerly part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth). Ukrainian: Свята вечеря, Sviata vecheria, consists of twelve meatless dishes representing the twelve Apostles.

The Oplatki a Polish tradition is celebrated at Christmas dinner, Family members and friends break off a small piece of the Oplatki wafer and give it to one another. The exchanging of Oplatki with someone is a symbol of forgiveness for past wrongs and is meant to remind participants of the importance of Christmas, God, and family.

The Oplatki a Polish tradition is celebrated at Christmas dinner, Family members and friends break off a small piece of the Oplatki wafer and give it to one another. The exchanging of Oplatki with someone is a symbol of forgiveness for past wrongs and is meant to remind participants of the importance of Christmas, God, and family.

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