Swedish Christmas tradition
In Sweden 13 January is celebrated as ‘tjugondag Knut’ (in Swedish) or St Knut’s Day (in English).
What is the meaning of tjugondag Knut?
It means the twentieth day after Christmas.
In this traditional festival people eat the pepper cookies, candies, and chocolates decorated in the tree. This is also the day when people take down the Christmas tree.
Look at the hidden chocolates in the Christmas tree.
It is interesting to take the chocolates in the Christmas tree.
For further information, please see tjugondag Knut.