Christmas Quiz is about traditions, TV and music in a holiday, which is celebrated in very different ways around the world. If you cannot wait until Christmas Day - then start right here and expand your knowledge about Christmas.
What does the word Christmas mean?
Why is Christmas also called Xmas?
In which of these places is Christmas a public holiday?
In which of these places is Christmas not a public Holiday?
In which of these countries do they traditionally eat soup and carp with potato salad on Christmas Eve?
They eat seven types of seafood on Christmas Eve, but in which country?
What do they eat on Christmas Eve in Cuba?
In Germany the meal on Christmas Eve varies from region to region, but what do they traditionally not eat?
The one who gets the bread loaf with the concealed coin on Christmas Eve will be fortunate, but where is this a tradtion?
In Bulgaria they do not clear the table after the Christmas dinner - why?
In which of these countries are the Christmas dishes served on the traditional Julbord?
Today Santa Claus hands out the presents in Sweden on Christmas Eve, but who did the job until the 20th Century?
Which of the following is a tradional Swedish Christmas dish?
What is the most common Christmas meal in Denmark?
For dessert, in Denmark, they serve a rice and almond pudding on Christmas Eve, but with which sauce?
What do they hide in the rice dessert on Christmas Eve in Denmark?
What is Santa Claus more traditionally called in the UK?
What will they traditionally serve you on Christmas Eve in the UK?
What is Santa Claus called by Swedish children?
What is Santa Claus called by Finnish children?
Santa Claus has many names, what is he called in Denmark?
Santa Claus has many names, what is he called in Germany?
In which of these countries does Santa Claus personally meet the children for the exchange of presents on Christmans Eve?
Christmas presents are exchange on Christmas Day, in which country?
In which country are the Christmas presents exchanged on Christmas eve?
When do they exchange Christmas gifts in Romania?
In Latin America Christmas Eve is known as La Noche Buena, what does this mean?
In Portuguese Christmas Eve is known as Véspera de Natal, but what does it mean?
During World War I a historical event took place in Belgium on Christmas Eve, 1914 - which?
The modern Christmas tree tradition is belived to have begun in the 18th century - where?
"Jingle Bells" is one of the best-known winter songs in the world, but what was its original title in 1857?
This song lists a series of increasingly grand gifts given on, how many days of Christmas?
Which British band released the song, Last Christmas, in 1984?
Who wrote ´Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!´?
"Do They Know it´s Christmas" by Bob Geldof refers to a famine in 1984 - where?
The Puerto Rican singer-songwriter José Feliciano wrote a Christmas song in 1970 - which one?
In 1943 a song sung by Bing Crosby joined "White Christmas" to become one of America's most popular Christmas songs - which song?
In this Christmas song from 1952 I saw someone kissing Santa Claus - who?
In which year was the popular Christmas song "Jingle Bell Rock" first released?
This popular Christmas song from 1958 is Rockin´ Around something, but what?
What's the colour of Rudolph, the reindeer's nose?
This Christmas song from 1953 is sung by a woman who wants the most extravagant gifts, which song?
Where was the first commercial Christmas card produced in 1843?
From whom originates the Advent calendar?
The Advent calender printed by Gerhard Lang in 1908, had what?
What was the title of Charles Dickens´ famous Christmas novel?
Who wrote the novel ´A Christmas Carol´?
Who haunts Ebenezer Scrooge in ´A Christmas Carol´?
What was Christmas originally celebrating?
What day was set for Christmas at a church meeting in the 14th Century?