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Home Calendar Holidays Brazil. Holidays and Observances in Brazil in 2019. ... Christmas Day: National Holiday: Dec 31: Tuesday: New Year's Eve (from 2pm) Optional Holiday: Unable to find that country Please check your spelling and try again or select one of the available countries.

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Ponto facultativos are types of holidays unique to Brazil. It is up to an employer whether they allow employees to take this day. In practice, the holidays are widely observed by the public sector and large companies. Half Day holidays are observed on Christmas Eve (December 24th) and New Year's Eve (December 31st)

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Christmas in Brazil . Many Brazilian Christmas traditions come from Portugal as Portugal ruled Brazil for many years. Nativity Scenes, known as Presépio are very popular. They are set-up in churches and homes all through December. Christmas plays called 'Os Pastores' (The Shepherds), like the plays in Mexico, are also popular. In the Brazilian ...

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A city in Brazil that is associated with the holidays for a very special reason, is Natal. This city in northeastern Brazil was founded on Christmas Day 1599. The name 'Natal' is a literal Portuguese translation of 'Christmas' and the city tries to host the best Brazil Christmas in 'Christmas City' itself!

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In Brazil, Christmas is one of the most important festive days, or "dia de festas".It is celebrated on 25th December. Having a multicultural population, the festivities in the country are influenced by ethnic ways. As a former Portuguese colony, they have retained some of the Christmas customs of their former masters.

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In Brazil, public holidays may be legislated at the federal, statewide and municipal levels. Most holidays are observed nationwide. Apart from the yearly official holidays (listed below), the Constitution of Brazil also establishes that election days are to be considered national holidays as well.

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Brazil's food originates from many places. Such as India, Italy, Germany, and Portugal. Ice cream is made from exotic fruits. But don't forget special occasions, Brazil has special food too. On Christmas, some people eat turkey, colored rice, grape fruits, apples, and more. Rabanada is a popular dessert on the holidays.

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Christmas traditions in the Netherlands are almost the same as the ones in Dutch speaking parts of Belgium (Flanders). The Dutch recognize two days of Christmas as public holidays in the Netherlands, calling December 25 Eerste Kerstdag ("first Christmas day") and December 26 Tweede Kerstdag ("second Christmas day").

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People in Brazil celebrate Christmas with traditional food, such as turkey or ham, and cakes made out of cod. For those who cannot afford the luxury of turkey, chicken, rice and beans serve as a traditional Christmas dinner. Rabanada, a dish made out of bread soaked in milk, fried and dusted with cinnamon sugar, is a popular dessert for Christmas.

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Brazil holidays are a huge event in the country and there are several throughout the year to celebrate. There are national holidays that everyone celebrates and others that are regional and for designated municipalities. Every state and city will celebrate independently, ensuring that there are fiestas and holidays all year round.