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Typically in Argentina, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Quebec, Romania, Uruguay, and Sweden christmas presents are traditionally exchanged on the evening of December 24. Children are usually told that presents were brought either by the Christchild or Santa Claus.
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