Noche Buena

Submitted by ub on Tue, 12/24/2019 - 09:48

We wish you a Noche Buena y Feliz Navidad. This is a Spanish word referring to Christmas Eve and celebrated on December 24 every year in Latin American and many other cultures. This marks the final evening of the Posadas celebrations, where dinner is served with the family usually after attended the late Midnight Mass also known as Misa de Gallo.

The annually recurring period recognized in many countries that are days that run from Thanksgiving in November to Epiphany on January 6.

In some cultures, a large, juicy Turkey, Ham or Pork is the focus feast for Noche Buena. This Christmas eve dinner is often eaten late at night, but before midnight so that families may attend mass. It is a family feast and often highlighted with "Trufado de Navidad". After the meal, family members gather around the Christmas tree and sing Christmas carols. The celebrations usually go late into the morning... Esta Noche es Noche-Buena...
No es para dormir. Tonight is the goodnight and it is not meant for sleeping

From #CityImages, #NewsHooks #DONews, and #Imaginus - 圣诞节快乐,Merry Christmas, Feliz Navidad 🎄

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