IGEL-Adventskalender 22. Türchen: Strange Christmas traditions

Adventskalen­der-Logo: Manuel Franken, 10b
Strange Christ­mas tra­di­tions
In the first pic­ture you can see the unique Christ­mas tra­di­tion of the Repub­lic of South Africa. There, deep-fried cater­pil­lars are a tra­di­tion­al and „deli­cious“ Christ­mas meal.
Maybe „ugly“ and a bit con­tro­ver­sial for the rest of the world, but the South Africans are enjoy­ing it and have enjoyed it for as long as they can remem­ber.
Anna Klein, 10a

Josie Exler, 10a
The sec­ond pic­ture shows a witch that gives out the presents in Italy instead of San­ta Claus. The witch is called „Befana“ and she brings the gifts on the 6th of Jan­u­ary at the day of „Epiphany“. And if you don’t know the day of „Epiphany“: It is the day on which 3 wise men vis­it­ed baby Jesus. The sto­ry says that Befana could not go and vis­it baby Jesus because of work and that she still regrets this why she is going to deliv­er the presents. In Italy, she is more pop­u­lar than San­ta Claus.
Mehmet Öncel, 10a
This last pic­ture depicts the sleigh that San­ta Claus rides while giv­ing out presents on Christ­mas. The rein­deer that you can see next to the sleigh is Rudolph (because of the red nose of course). He miss­es the rest of the rein­deers from his squad. Can you name them?
Solu­tion (writ­ten back­wards): rec­narp, neztilb, rehsad, rec­nad, renn­od, temoc, nex­iv, dipuc  

 

Adri­an Slam­ic, 10a
eingestellt von Sarah Back­haus, 10a

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