Welcome to our holiday questions trivia game! We have some fun and challenging questions about holidays for you to test your knowledge. It'll be a great way to get into the holiday spirit and celebrate the season. From popular traditions to more obscure celebrations, you'll be learning something new with each question. So get ready to put your knowledge to the test - and your holiday cheer to the challenge!
1) What is the traditional French Christmas dinner?
2) On what holiday does Portugal traditionally celebrate the Day of Reis?
3) What color do people traditionally wear on St. Patrick's Day?
4) What is the most popular Easter activity in the United States?
5) On what day do people typically celebrate the Chinese New Year?
6) The Jewish holiday of Hanukkah starts on what day of the week?
7) What does the German word "Weihnachten" mean?
8) The Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah typically falls between what two months?
9) Which holiday is traditionally celebrated with the lighting of a bonfire?
10) Which direction do the Jewish people turn when they pray?
11) In what month does Ramadan occur?
12) How many nights does the Jewish holiday of Chanukah last?
13) How do the Japanese honor the spirits of their ancestors during the holiday of Obon?
14) Which holiday is traditionally celebrated by giving gifts?
15) Which holiday is typically celebrated with a parade and floats?
16) On what holiday do children traditionally knock on doors and ask for candy?
17) What is the main focus of the Chinese New Year?
18) On what holiday do people traditionally eat King cake?
19) What is the traditional Indian celebration of lights called?
20) What is the Japanese New Year celebration called?
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