“We realise the gravity of our decisions, right before Christmas.” Christmas Days. Either way, he is the start of Christmas for me and my Cuban family as well. Returning to the winter holidays, here are. Does your family honor one of these Dutch traditions? With our recipes you will discover great meals, sauces and other typical dutch stuff you can make with the products from our Dutch food and products shop. Some of the most popular and most successful Dutch Christmas events have been cancelled for the 2020 / 2021 winter season. This year, there’s a new ban on the dangerous explosives, but before, you would see people in the street blowing it all up. You have entered an incorrect email address! That part has been added now. You can read all of the legal blah blah blah (as my little niece says) on the full disclosure page. Each of the two days of Christmas is usually celebrated with lots of food. Besides frites (French fries) it’s one of the things I miss most from living over there that I can’t really find here in the US. However, most of the Sinterklaas ‘facts’ are not really true, mainly how heavily you linked Sinterklaas with Christmas – when they’re not that heavily linked or even connected. What I meant though was that said city would be located in modern-day Demre, in (today’s) Turkey. I love to see the different ways that people celebrate the same holiday in such different ways. Rather than hanging stockings, well-behaved Dutch children leave wooden shoes out for Sinterklaas to fill. Zwarte Piet carries a bag filled with goodies, usually chocolate coins and mandarin oranges. Probably that we feel the need to celebrate Christmas for more than two months, from the second the last kid knocks on our door trick-or-treating until at least New Year’s Day. Anyhow, by December 6, the whole country finally starts preparing for Christmas and the New Year. A guide to the winter... there’s a new ban on the dangerous explosives, 3 Things in the Netherlands that you might love and hate, The ultimate Dutch winter wonderland photo report. 100+ things every American should know. Anyhow, during the night of Sint Maarten, little children walk together holding lamps and giving away fruit and candy to remember the generosity of Sint Maarten. Isn’t it awesome! in England) is money (the small silver coins – threepences and sixpences) would be cooked into the Christmas pudding so eating dessert had an extra thrill to it to see who got the most money. It’s actually a huge thing where people get together withdraw family and friends, drink all night long, light fireworks (literally EVERYWHERE), go out to party, eat Oliebollen and basically wake up on the 2th of January:). If you are dissatisfied with the website or any content or materials on it, your sole exclusive remedy is to discontinue your use of the website. Ice Amsterdam - the popular and picturesque ice rink on Museumplein in the Dutch capital - has been cancelled, and it is not yet clear whether the accompanying market will be going ahead. While Many Americans will put up Christmas trees around Thanksgiving, Christmas trees aren’t put up in the Netherlands until after Sinterklaas. Required fields are marked *. Speculaas. A pillow case full! It’s so interesting seeing how other countries celebrate Christmas. The Dutch like to separate Sinterklaas and gift giving from Christmas. My mom is German. While Sinterklaas and Santa Claus share white hair and a long beard, Sinterklaas dresses like a Catholic bishop in long, red robes, and mitre hat. Love that the Dutch celebrate St. Nicholas Day! (And somewhat difficult to find in the US…), I love the Dutch culture and lifestyle. Also known as St. Nicholas, he is the patron saint of children and sailors. Dutch Treats. Which Dutch traditions have you adopted and which ones have you imported from your country? And one word that defines Christmas is gezellig. The culture and traditions are almost the same in Belgium too. Happy holidays! These days are spent with relatives, singing carols, watching movies, participating in feasts, and reading Christmas stories. Also, I love the whole story of the chocolate and the coins but you sold me at Marzipan! Being an Aussie the giving of gifts on Christmas Eve in North America was always strange to me. A quick read through Wikipedia explains more in-depth what Sinterklaas really means in the Netherlands: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinterklaas. And yes, I forgot about the Oliebollen and the fireworks, how could I ? If you really want a turkey, you can order it in advance at your local butcher. But I guess this is just another facet of Dutch’s ability to compromise, to polder, to try and avoid the ultimate yearly conflict every family has to face: “with whom do we spend Christmas this year?”. If you have a World Market Cost Plus where you live, they stock marzipan during Christmas time! I still did not understand why he decided to set home in the Iberian Peninsula if he is supposed to be a Turkish bishop? Whilst every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, the publisher cannot accept responsibility for omissions and errors. And, that’s why the article is front loaded with statements like “The Dutch have separate holidays for gift giving and Christmas” and facts 1, 2, and 3. Nearly everyone receives a large chocolate letter of their first initial in their wooden shoes from Sinterklaas. Learn how your comment data is processed. I thoroughly enjoyed this Sage. But rabbit is probably even more not my thing…. I wonder which American traditions seem strange to everyone else. It offers people the opportunity to spend time with friends and family. Sinterklaas arrives in … So much fun. What’s your favorite part of the holidays? Among the Dutch, Christmas (which lasts two days) is a time of togetherness. There are some parties, mostly at hotels, and other events but you need to make a reservation in advance, unlike other countries where you would just go out clubbing to drink away the old year and start anew. But, not in Netherlands as a whole. He heard Jesus say to the angels: “Martin, who is still but a catechumen, clothed me with this robe.”. When I moved back to the US after living in the Netherlands for nearly four years, my American friends were often confused about the European nation about half the size of Maine, so here is a quick overview: Share your favorite photo with me by tagging @sagescott.kc on Instagram and using the hashtag #everydaywanderer. Two Days of Christmas in the Netherlands Christmas in Dutch is celebrated over two days which are referred to as the First and Second day of Christmas (25th and 26th December). I know a friend whose dad served his pet rabbit for dinner. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $5.98 . By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website. After going through all this, it will be January and a brand new year. He is depicted as an elderly, stately and serious man with white hair and a long, full beard. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Instead of Santa Claus, the Dutch have Sinterklaas. Families gather to celebrate, eat spice cookies, hot chocolate, tea and open presents. Your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th gra Great article. In years past, what the Dutch would actually do was go crazy buying fireworks, as it was the only day of the year when people could light their own fireworks. Then comes the 2nd day of Christmas in the Netherlands, which is the 26th of December. Here, CWGC Historian Sanna Joutsijoki explores a Finnish tradition that lights up our Dutch cemeteries in celebration. If you work in a Dutch company, you will most likely receive the annual kerstpakket. A Dutch Christmas is filled with typical Dutch ‘ gezelligheid ‘ (cosiness and fun times x 15) that’s why it’s about time that you will figure out the Amsterdam, Holland & The Netherlands Christmas traditions and decorations. . And why a Christmas day in both Holland and The Netherlands, is unlike any other. It’s so nice to read about this unexplicable culture that Europeans have. Oh and those mouthwatering marzipan delights – I love the Netherlands! I’m used to a hot summer day, often spending most of Christmas trying every way possible to keep cool. At Sint Maarten children do not give away fruit and candy. But no, this is not Halloween and has little to do with it.eval(ez_write_tag([[580,400],'dutchreview_com-medrectangle-3','ezslot_3',168,'0','0'])); Sint Maarten is a festivity celebrated mostly in the southern catholic provinces (Limburg) and those adjacent to Germany. This post took me back to my sweet little time spent in Amsterdam and its neighborhood. Christmas, the traditional Christian holiday commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, is celebrated over two days in the Netherlands, i.e., Eerste Kerstdag (First Christmas Day) on December 25 and Tweede Kerstdag (Second Christmas Day) on December 26, both of which are public holidays. Saint Nicolas was not Turkish! December 6th, Sinterklaas’ Feast Day, is actually the day he died and not his birthday. <3. A sweet tooth is certainly needed at Christmas time as you’ll see with the most common Dutch Christmas food and treats: Appelbeignets – Dutch apple fritters, particularly common around New Year’s. , Marzipan is sooooo amazing! It’s definitely cold and dark outside, and it’s December — so yes, the holidays are upon us. For me, it all starts with Sint Maarten at the beginning of November. Do the Dutch celebrate Christmas (Kerst) in a different way? There is, however, no turkey, fruit cake or any complicated dish. Christmas in Netherlands – Great Event; Christmas Day is a significant holiday in the Netherlands on 25th December every year. Usually it is celebrated with ones direct, and not extended, family. Sinterklaas will pay them a surprise visit with presents. After Christmas comes a week of calm and peace. The informative passage, graphic organizers, and other activities are a great way to celebrate this winter holiday and learn about the culture and traditions. My kids LOVE gold-wrapped chocolate coins, too! Yes, what I tried to convey is that, in my experience, they party -mostly- at home, if you would look for a restaurant chances are they might be closed. In my homeland we don’t have St. Nicholas in Decamber only Christmas. Gifts are generally not exchanged. The Dutch, practical as they are, traditionally eat something they call “gourmet” which might leave you puzzled. The Dutch celebrate Christmas over two days: 25 and 26 December, described as First and Second Christmas Day. Christmas is an exciting time of year for many of us, but it is celebrated differently all over the world. Coming from Australia, Christmas in the Netherlands is definitely different. Christmas is the 25th of December, but this is referred to as the Dutch as the 1st Day of Christmas. Visiting Europe for the First Time. I thought it would be clear, sorry for the imprecision. That night, Martin dreamt of Jesus wearing the half-cloak he had given away. So interesting! It’s Christmas in the Netherlands! I always received marzipan for Christmas when I was a child. Christmas shopping in Holland Welcoming streets, Christmas markets and the most wonderful department stores – that's Christmas shopping in Holland. All material on this website (DutchReview) is strictly copyright and all rights reserved. Have you spent Christmas in the Netherlands? All this expectation happens during the three weeks between the November 15 and December 5, otherwise known as pakjesavond (evening of presents), where a loud thump is heard outside the door, and suddenly, when you open it, a big burlap bag appears, full with presents. It is famous for tulips, windmills, wooden shoes, Heineken beer, and Gouda cheese. Christmas Greetings. I have not visited The Netherlands yet, however celebrating Christmas since November sounds like my type of country ? Here’s how to bring in the New Year in the Netherlands 2020-2021: lockdown edition, Christmas in the Netherlands: the merriest bits, Press conference: Curfew likely but not yet confirmed, one guest per household, Video: Incredible footage of 1920s Amsterdam in colour, LIVE BLOG: new coronavirus measures for the Netherlands on the way, Curfew and only one visitor at home: stricter measures to be announced for Netherlands today, Fast trains from the Netherlands will likely go under as Eurostar faces bankruptcy. Because it’s fascinating to see how a holiday as universal as Christmas is celebrated differently around the globe, here are 25 surprising facts about Christmas in the Netherlands. My favourite here is the fact that St Nicholas arrives by boat! Christmas in The Netherlands. Prior to Christmas Day, many people decorate their homes and gardens with Christmas trees. Aaaw, leaving a carrot for Sinterklaas’ horse, so cute! Christmas is the 25th of December, but this is referred to as the Dutch as the 1st Day of Christmas. They sing songs, and they leave food. And unlike the U.S. where our Christmas season ends on Christmas Day, the Dutch observe the twelve days of Christmas with wonderful activities that carry into the new year. What a fun post. So interesting the way different cultures celebrate what is essentially a winter solstice holiday wrapped in a (very loose) Christian garment. Children in the Netherlands receive presents from Sinterklaas on December 5th, pakjesavond, instead of Christmas Eve. Christmas Day itself is a much quieter day in The Netherlands, with a Church Service and family meal. On Christmas Eve in Finland people remember those who are not anymore with us. It shares an eastern border with, The country is often called Holland after two of its more populated provinces. Don’t say “french” fries :/ Fries are actually typically from Belgium, sold in “Frituren”. Christmas Day is celebrated in the Netherlands on December 25th. Dutch carols in the book include "Look, There Is the Steamer" and "Bright December Moon." Though I often forget that parts of Europe does it on the 5th rather than the 6th which is strange to me. Sometimes there is a special Christmas Day 'Sunday School' in the afternoon at the church, where the Christmas Story and other traditional stories are told. Your email address will not be published. Banketstaaf – dutch pastry filled with a sweet almond paste … Both the french and the dutch took it over later. It’s celebrated on December 25 and 26. Sage Advice:  Experience more Dutch culture with this off-the-beaten-path bike tour of Amsterdam. 100+ things every American should know. Instead of Santa Claus, the Dutch have Sinterklaas. Every Christmas morning my siblings and I would wake early to find each of us had a pillow case stuffed with gifts at the end of our beds. (See fact #12 for more about the chocolate coins). About as classy as Grandma Got Runover by a Reindeer, is a Dutch Christmas song about a boy looking for his lost rabbit that ends up being served for Christmas dinner. Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in December 2018 but was updated for your reading pleasure on December 2020. These thin, crunchy cookies are laced with a handful of delicious spices that give them a … It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. They go door by door in small group, mostly accompanied by parents or older children, with their mostly home made lampions ( an english word also), sing special Sint Maarten songs and are given fruit or candy. I can’t say this is an Aussie tradition. The Christmas period is a time of celebration and tradition. “The Netherlands is closing down,” he said to the sound of protesters banging pots and pans outside his office in The Hague. As for celebrating, know that most restaurants will be closed and going out for dinner and partying with friends is not generally a thing in the Netherlands. What happens at Christmas in the Netherlands? Christmas lights in the Netherlands tend to be in terribly good taste – lots of illuminated canal bridges and trees in gardens – but if you want tacky Santas, you can find them if you know where to look. Your email address will not be published. You may or may not have seen or heard little groups of children holding paper lamps, walking along the streets and singing “11 november is de dag, dat mijn lichtje, dat mijn lichtje branden mag“, knocking on doors and requesting candy. like carrots behind for Sinterklaas's horse. My family celebrated St Nicholas Day when I was young, we would get gold chocolate coins in our shoe. Nice article! Sint Maarten and Sinterklaas have nothing to do with Christmas and New Year. © 2019 All Rights Reserved. When did Santa (or Father Christmas as we call him) have time to sneak down the chimney? This day commemorates Saint Martin of Tours, a bishop of Gaul (modern-day France). Christmas is a holiday to commemorate the birth of Jesus. This is the day where families gather, have dinner together and exchange presents. There weren’t any Turkish at 230AD. Forget that whole chocolate + peanut butter silliness! In rural eastern areas of the country, handmade horns are carved out of birch or elder saplings. But there are others who are happy when it’s all over and life gets back to normal. He differs in appearance from Santa Claus in that he is tall and slender, wears a dark red robe and a hat similar to a bishop's attire, and is often portrayed as elderly with a long, white beard. Mostly correct, apart from the New Years Eve celebrations. Celebrations for the festival begin on the last Saturday of November. They are not in any say connected to Christmas and New Year. In the Netherlands we’ve got Sinterklaas for that. Then we’d all pile onto mum and dad’s bed and take turns opening them one by one. Odd because we are not Dutch. Cancelled Christmas markets. Ahahaha. This is the day when families gather, have dinner together and exchange presents. Awwwwww, I love it! Two words: marzipan chocolate! Christmas in Netherland is celebrated for two consecutive days, i.e. The father didn’t have a dowry for his three daughters, a necessity for marriage in Asia Minor at the time. Yes, technically you are right, as he was a bishop of Myra in Asia Minor and Turkey did not exist. In the eastern part of Holland, farm families announce the coming of Christmas from the first Sunday of Advent, which is the fourth Sunday before Christmas, until Christmas Eve by blowing a horn made from hollow elder-tree branches. So much fun! Happy holidays! It is a “make your own dinner” kind of meal in which they take out their electric raclette plank and share a meal of grilled meat, cheese, veggies and assorted sauces. Must admit my first thought about the black Piets was that it was pretty racist and that maybe they were originally slaves. To help offset the costs of running EverydayWanderer.com, you’ll find affiliate links lightly sprinkled throughout the site. The Dutch, practical as they are, traditionally eat something they call gourmetten which might leave you puzzled. I learned so much. If you enjoyed this article, please share! To save the young women from the alternative — a life of prostitution — Sinterklaas dropped three sacks of gold coins down the chimney. In the Netherlands, these two days are spent with family, singing carols, playing games, watching movies, reading Christmas tales and indulging in holiday feasts. No, December 24 is still a regular day for the Dutch. But I guess he just thought, as many other Dutch citizens do, that Spain was a great place to retire. This is such a cool post! Those sound like such special memories! Christmas. Or a different nation? Christmas in the Netherlands Hardcover – November 1, 1981 4.4 out of 5 stars 12 ratings. I think it was just my family. Now I understand why my Dutch mother in-law always gives us large chocolate alphabets , gold foil wrapped chocolate coins, peppermint coins and gingerbread at Christmas. That’s why you’ll find affiliate links lightly sprinkled throughout the site. Children ‘grow’ with the tradition. Get the latest articles delivered to you! I have a background in Biology and Veterinary medicine and a passion for travel, writing, baking, reading, discovering bookshops jumping around like crazy and red dresses. A dear teacher friend of ours wanted to share with her class what Christmas was like in the Netherlands. Thank you for this information. 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