Christmas in Philippines (Pasko sa Pilipinas)

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a living room filled with furniture and a lamp on top of a table in front of a fire place
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several small pastries on a white plate is Expired or Suspended.
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some lights that are hanging from a tree in front of a building with stars on it
'Parol' - the Traditional Philippine Christmas lantern
a large christmas tree is lit up at night
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two people are standing in the middle of a room filled with ornaments
Christmas in the Philippines ♥ Starts as early as september and ends estimately early January. (^o^)v
a large building with lots of lights on it
Christmas in Philippines
a group of people standing in front of a building with lights on the ceiling and decorations hanging from the roof
Filipino Christmas Tradition - Simbang Gabi
Misa de Gallo; Philippines; begins December 9; Also called Simbang Gabi. Denotes the beginning of the Christmas season in Catholic parts of the Philippines; each day begins with church bells breaking the night silence to call people to dawn Mass; the Misa de Gallo period concludes with the midnight Mass on Christmas Eve.
an old church lit up at night with people walking around the building and street lights
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Simbang Gabi. "Simbang Gabi" a Filipino Christmas tradition, is a series of nine (9) dawn Masses, the Mass starts as early as 4:00 a.m. It begins on December 16 and ends on the midnight of the 24th of December, which is the midnight Mass.
a painting of a family preparing food together
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Noche Buena. This is the peak of the Christmas in the Philippines.On the eve of Christmas, the family will gather together at the table to enjoy a feast.
a large group of people standing in front of trees with lights on them at night
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Christmas Eve Mass in the Philippines
a table filled with lots of food on top of a wooden table next to a window
Noche Buena, aka Christmas Eve Dinner (translates to The Good Night) in the Philippines
a white plate topped with food next to a blue star shaped object on top of a table
Bibingka, a Christmas staple made with rice flour and coconut, eaten in the Philippines.
some purple food is on a green leaf and white stuff has been placed next to it
Puto bumbong is made with glutinous rice, steamed in bamboo tubes and served slathered with margarine, shredded coconut and muscovado or brown sugar and wrapped in banana leaves. It appears during the Christmas season.
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Queso de Bola - the Filipino term, from Spanish, for Edam cheese. The term literally translates to “ball cheese”. It is a favorite at Christmas time especially as part of Noche Buena.