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Christmas Trivia Questions and Answers

Christmas Trivia Questions and Quizzes

Christmas celebrations vary in different parts of the world, and these differences and similarities present a great source of trivia questions. Use these quizzes for team competitions among diverse age groups. There is something of interest whether you are four or 94. Everyone knows just enough Christmas trivia to keep the ball rolling and the discussions alive. Friends and family can gather around the cozy fireplace for tales of past Christmases and a game of trivia. Christmas-themed quizzes are perfect car games on those long road trips as you travel for the holidays. Whether you plan to hand out toys, candies or smiles, you will learn something new with every Christmas trivia question you answer.

Douglas, Balsam, Noble and Fraser are all types of what?

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Douglas Balsam Noble Fraser
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Christmas trees.
The Fraser fir tree is one of the most famous Christmas trees species in the country these days, it is actually a subspecies of the balsam fir. However, they don’t grow in the same places. The Balsam fir tree has a beautiful dark-green colour with open, flexible branches that may not be able to hold heavy ornaments. The Douglas fir tree is well known for its cone shape, thick branches, fragrance and full thick appearance. The Noble fir tree is the most famous tree in the northwest. It is well known for its strong branches and sparse look.

Which famous Christmas poem was written by Clement Clark Moore?

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Christmas poem written by Clement Clark Moore
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Twas the night before Christmas.
The poem originally called “A Visit from St. Nicholas” but is more commonly known as “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas” from its first line, is a poem published anonymously in 1823 but later attributed to Clement Clarke Moore.

Who is the patron saint of Children?

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Who is the patron saint of Children
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Saint Nicholas.
Saint Nicholas, was an early Christian bishop of the ancient Greek city of Myra in Asia Minor, is known as the patron saint of children and also of sailors and students in various cities and countries around Europe. His legendary habit of secret gift-giving gave rise to the traditional model of Santa Claus.

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