Father Christmas has two addresses, Edinburg and the North Pole. If someone writes a letter and wants to send it to "Toyland" or "Snow land", then that particular letter goes to Edinburg. But, if someone sends the letter to "The North Pole", then it has to go to the North Pole because there is a place called North Pole.
Here you will find interesting Facts about Christmas which you never know. These Christmas Facts are collected to tell you more interesting but surprising things about Christmas, Santa, Xmas and other related things. Read these facts and share them with your friends.
It was obligatory to visit the church during Christmas day. The tradition of fasting still continues. No vehicle is allowed to be used in any Christmas service.
Listen to the song "Twelve Days of Christmas" and count the number of gifts in the song. You will realize that gifts were exchanged 364 times. Thus the gifts are exchanged everyday of the year.
Scraps of Christmas can make problems for you many times. The Christmas scraps are responsible for 400,000 cases of disease and sickness after the Christmas time.
Noel is the word which is used in place of Christmas in France. The word was derived from the French phrase "les bonnes nouvelles" which means "the good news" and it refers to the gospel.
Poet Clark Moore is credited with naming Santa's reindeer; Blitzen, Comet, Cupid, Dancer, Dasher, Doneder, Prancer, and the most famous reindeer, Rudolph.
Alabama was the first state in America to proclaim Christmas day as a legal holiday in 1836.
Oklahoma was the last state to proclaim Christmas day as a legal holiday in 1907.
Bing Crosby's Christmas classic "White Christmas" is the best-selling Christmas song of all time.