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Ah, the Christmas season...

where the warmth of family and good friends is as soothing as a hot cup of cocoa on a wintry night. Christmas has always been a magical season for children as well as for adults. The anticipation that we all experienced, waiting for that jolly old elf with his plump belly, twinkling eyes and caring smile... yes I am talking about Santa Clause.

Remember the exhilaration and expectations you experienced as a child on Christmas Eve? When just the simple thought of Santa coming to visit that night to leave gifts for everyone was, at times, unbearable? Do you remember that excitement growing as you slowly moved down the dark hallway toward the delicate glow of the Christmas lights wishing... hoping to get a glimpse of Santa himself? Let Real Beard Santa take you back to that magical feeling you experienced as a child.

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Nativity Scenes
The first nativity scene was created at the church of Santa Maria Maggiore in tenth-century Rome.

The custom was soon popular at other churches, each one constructing ornate manger with gold, silver, jewels, and precious stones. Though popular among high society, such opulence was far removed from the original circumstances of Christ's birth, as well as being inaccessible to the poorer masses.

We owe the Crèche to St. Francis of Assisi, who revised the gaudier displays of his time. In 1224 St. Francis of Assisi sought to remedy these problems by creating the first manger scene that was true to the Biblical account of Christ's birth. Called a crèche, the scene that St. Francis set up for the village of Greccio was made up of hay, carved figures, and live animals, capturing for the unlettered people of the town more of the spirit and the story of Christ's birth than any splendid art treasure.

The popularity of St. Francis's crèche spread throughout the world. In Italy it is called a presepio, in Germany, a Krippe. It is a naciemiento in Spain and Latin America, a jeslicky in the Czech Republic. a pesebre in Brazil, and a portal in Costa Rica.