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Opening Christmas Presents Puzzle Details:

About: Merry Christmas everyone! Have you opened your presents yet? If not, take your time and enjoy this festive tradition with your friends and family but don't forget to finish today's jigsaw puzzle. If you didn't know, the tradition of gift-giving is an old one, but it became associated with Christmas more recently. It is a relic of a pagan custom, namely, the winter solstice which in Europe occurs in December. Around the year 336 AD the date of December 25 appears to have become established as the day of Jesus's birth, and the tradition of gift-giving was reinterpreted and tied to the story of three Magi giving gifts to baby Jesus; together with another story, that of Santa Claus based on the historical figure of Saint Nicholas, a fourth-century Greek bishop and gift-giver.
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