December Global Holidays

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December Global Holidays

December is such a time of celebration! With cold weather and snow. In this month, holidays are packed with beautiful decorations, parties and fun, family time, and most importantly, December is also a time of being thankful for all the wonderful things, that have brought us to this point in time. It’s also a time to reflect on the year that has just passed and prepare for the new one to come. it can be hard to remember all the Holidays. So In this article, we have gathered a list for you of December Global Holidays.

Here’s a list of the most important and most popular December Global Holidays you don’t want to miss:

 

Date

Holiday Name

countries that celebrate

1 December 2022

World AIDS Day

All over the World

3 December 2022

International Day of Disabled Persons

All over the World

5 December 2022

Krampusnacht

Austria

6 December 2022

St. Nicholas Day

European countries

8 December 2022

Feast of the Immaculate Conception

Argentina, Brazil, Italy, Korea, Nicaragua, Paraguay, the Philippines, Spain, USA and Uruguay

28 Nov to 06 December 2022

Hanukkah

Jewish People

10 December 2022

Human Right Day

All over the World

13 December 2022

St. Lucia Day

Sweden

13 December 2022

Santa Lucia

Scandinavia and Italy

16 to 24 December 2022

Las Posadas

Mexico and Guatemala

19 December 2022

Goa Liberation Day

Goa, India

21 December 2022

Winter Solstice

All over the world

23 December 2022

Festivus

America

25 December 2022

Christmas

All over the world

26 Dec 2022 to 01 Jan 2022

Kwanzaa

Africa

31 December 2022

New Year’s Eve

All over the world

Some most popular December Global Holidays are: 

1) World AIDS Day

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World Aids Day

The United Nations General Assembly adopted the World AIDS Day on December 1, 1988, in order to promote an awareness of the disease and its prevention. The United Nations set World AIDS Day on December 1st because it falls on the 40th day of the year—the number 40 symbolizes all people living with HIV/AIDS, and it represents hope for a cure—as well as reflecting the fact that we have come a long way in fighting HIV/AIDS over the past few decades.

2) International Day of Disabled Persons

International Day of Disabled Persons
International Day of Disabled Persons December Global Holidays

The United Nations General Assembly adopted the International Day of Disabled Persons on December 3, 1992, in order to promote the full and effective participation of persons with disabilities in all aspects of life. The theme of the International Day of Disabled Persons in 2011 is Mainstreaming Disability and Ratifying the Convention,” in recognition of the right to rehabilitation, as well as the global effort towards social inclusion.

3) St. Nicholas Day

St. Nicholas Day
St. Nicholas Day

St. Nicholas Day, Also Known as Sinterklaas, Is Celebrated on December 5th Throughout Europe and the Netherlands. The Feast Day of Sint Nicolaas (St. Nicholas) Is Celebrated by Children to Honor and Give Thanks for Their Patron Saint, Who Brings Gifts During the Festive Season. Although the Celebrations Vary from Country to Country, St. Nicholas Day Always Involves GiftGiving, Starting on the Eve of December 5th and Continuing After Midnight on, December 6.

4) Feast of the Immaculate Conception

immaculate conception feast

The Feast of the Immaculate Conception is celebrated on December 8th in honor of the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ. On this holiday, churches are decorated with flowers and lights to symbolize the purity and purity of Mary’s conception. Devotional feasts are also held throughout December as part of the celebration.

5) Hanukkah

Hanukkah
Hanukkah December Global Holidays

The Jewish Festival of Lights is traditionally celebrated from the 28th November to the 6th December. Hanukkah also known as the ‘Festival of Lights’ celebrates the rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem in the 2nd century BCE during the Maccabean Revolt. The word Hanukkah means “dedication” or “inauguration.” The holiday is also known as Feast of the Maccabees or Festival of Lights.

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6) St. Lucia Day

St. Lucia Day
St. Lucia Day

December 13th is observed as St. Lucia Day, the oldest celebration of this kind in Scandinavia, and it is celebrated in Sweden and Denmark with the lighting of lamps and candles, magnificent dinners, and all kinds of entertainment for the children.

7) Winter Solstice

Winter Solstice
Winter Solstice

The Winter Solstice is celebrated on December 21st and marks the shortest day and longest night of the year. The Winter Solstice is celebrated by lighting a candle, giving a gift, such as cookies, and decorating Christmas trees.

8) Christmas Day

Christmas Day
Christmas Day

Christmas Day is celebrated on December 25th each year. It is celebrated with traditional festive meals for all family members, receiving gifts of food and making generous gift donations to the poor during this holiday season. The Christmas Tree is also set up and decorated in homes, churches and even in shopping malls. The Christmas tree is usually a living fir tree that has been grown and cultivated over many years, with the branches trimmed in such a way as to be easily decorated.

9) Kwanzaa – December Global Holidays

Kwanzaa

Kwanzaa is celebrated from December 26th to January 1st. It was recognized as a holiday by the U.S. Congress on December 26, 2000. The purpose of the holiday is to celebrate African culture, family, community and heritage. It is celebrated by African, African-American and also Pan-African families.

10) New Year’s Eve

New Year's Eve
New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve is celebrated on December 31st. It is a very festive and colorful celebration, which involves wearing new clothes, meeting friends, going to parties and celebrating with fireworks. In many countries, people celebrate New Year’s Eve by making special New Year’s Eve resolutions for the following year. Many people attend formal parties that include dancing and live entertainment. At midnight, the time at which New Year’s Day will begin, fireworks are set off to celebrate.

Frequently asked questions about December Global Holidays:

The most popular holiday in the world is Christmas. It is celebrated by over 1.3 billion people in the world, and it’s believed to be the largest annual human celebration.

There are 12 official days in December, but there are also many other holidays that take place in the month. The most important of these is the Christmas holiday season.

December is known as the month of Christmas, since it is known for being the busiest holiday season.

Hanukkah is traditionally celebrated from the 28th November to 6th December each year.

December Global Holiday begins on December 1st and ends on January 1st.

December Global Holidays is a period where most countries take the opportunity to go on vacation.

People from almost all countries, who are either Christians or Jewish, celebrate December Global Holidays.

New Year is celebrated first in Tonga, the Cook Islands and Niue and last in Kiribati, American Samoa and Swaziland.

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We hope this article was able to answer all your questions about December Global Holidays and give you a great understanding. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at vaynix.com

 

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