In Which Country Did Christmas Originate?

The celebration of the birth of Christ, known today as Christmas, has evolved over many years, and its country of origin remains a subject of controversy. However, most scholars link the earliest celebration of Christmas with pagan festivals that originated in Rome and spread across the Roman Empire.

In 336 A.D., in an attempt to merge pagan and Christian traditions, the Roman Emperor Constantine officially declared the birth of Christ as a Christian celebration. It is believed that December 25th was chosen as the date for Christmas Day because it coincided with the period during which Romans celebrated the pagan festivals of "Saturnalia" and "dies natalis solis invicti."