The map of how to say Merry Christmas in all European countries

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Christmas is approaching, and so many people, towns, and municipalities are preparing for these long-awaited holidays. Even at Viajestic, we are looking for the most beautiful cities in Spain to visit for Christmas.

But the truth is that these dates marked on the calendar are celebrated in all parts of the world and in all countries of the planet, so a few weeks before December 25, Preply has prepared a list of how to say Merry Christmas in different countries in Europe and the world to help those who plan to celebrate the holidays outside of Spain or who send a Christmas message to friends abroad.

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In Scandinavian countries, such as Sweden and Norway, it is said that God Jul, while in Denmark it is Glædelig Jul. In France, Belgium, Monaco, Congo, among other French-speaking countries, it is said Joyeux Noël.

In Portugal, Brazil, Mozambique and Angola, it is said Happy Birthday; In Albania and Kosovo, it is called Gézuar Krishlindjet! In the Netherlands and Suriname, it is called Vrolijk Kerstfeest; in France, Ivory Coast, Togo, Congo, Cameroon, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Monaco, it is called Joyeux Noël; in Germany and Switzerland, it is called Frohe Weihnachten.

In Italy they say Buon Natale; In Turkey, it is called Mutlu Noeller; In Slovakia and the Czech Republic, it is called Veselé Vianoce; In Croatia, it is called Sretan Božić. In Greece and Cyprus, the translation of Merry Christmas is Kala Christougena; in Finland, it is Hyvää Joulua; in Belarus, it is Z Kaljadami; and in Poland, it is Wesołych Świąt.

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In Hungary it is called Boldog Karácsonyt; In Moldova and Romania it is said Craciun fericit / Crăciun fericit; In Lithuania it’s called Linksmų Kluštų; In Georgia they say shobas gilotsavt; In Andorra they say Bon Nadal; In Greenland they say Juullimi Pilluarit; In Latvia it is said to be Priecīgus Jūlūs; In Bosnia and Herzegovina it is said sretan božić; In Iceland they say Gleðileg jól and in Russia they say С Рождеством.

In Serbia it is said Srećan Božić; in Ukraine it is said Z Rizdvom Khrystovym; in Estonia they say Häid gåule; in Bulgaria they say Vesela coleda; in England, Canada, USA, Bahamas, Belize, Dominica, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and Micronesia they say Merry Christmas.

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And finally, in Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania, Omen, Palestine, Qatar, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, and Yemen, it is called Milad Mubarak.