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If you happen to be living and working in the Czech Republic over the Christmas period you are in for a treat as the celebrations last for the whole of December and well into January.
However, the main attraction is the festive atmosphere that is further enhanced by a glass or two of delicious mulled wine.
The traditional Christmas food is fried carp that is often kept as a pet in the bathtub in the run-up to the big day.
Four weeks before the main event, Christmas markets pop up all over the country selling decorations, presents, and all manner of local street food.
Christmas dinner is served on Christmas Eve in the Czech Republic, but unlike many other countries where the main meal consists of turkey, goose, beef, or ham.
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