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Nikolaustag 6. Dezember

Der Nikolaustag, auch das Fest des Heiligen Nikolaus genannt, wird am 6. Dezember oder am Vorabend des 5. Dezember in westchristlichen Ländern und am Dezember in ostchristlichen Ländern nach dem alten Kirchenkalender begangen. Was ist der Nikolaustag und wie entstand er eigentlich? Warum stellen wir Stiefel vor die Tür? Die Antworten auf alle Fragen rund um Nikolaus. Der 6. Dezember ist Nikolaustag. Doch woher kommt dieser Brauch und zählt er überhaupt als Feiertag? Wer war Nikolaus - und warum. Ursprünglich war der Nikolaustag auch der Tag der Weihnachtsbescherung. In einigen Ländern ist er dies auch heute noch. Erst infolge der Ablehnung der. Der Nikolaustag findet jährlich am 6. Dezember statt. Doch wo hat dieser Tag seinen Ursprung und wer ist dieser Nikolaus, der um die kalte.

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Nikolaustag. 6. Dezember. “Seid Ihr auch alle brav gewesen?”, diese Frage sollten jetzt große und kleine Kinder möglichst ehrlich mit “Ja” beantworten können. Der Nikolaustag am 6. Dezember zählt zu den vielen Höhepunkten der Adventszeit. Kinder verbinden mit dem Tag insbesondere den Brauch. Dezember kommt der Nikolaus. Doch wer war der heilige Nikolaus? Und wir klären die Grundfrage, warum es einen Nikolaustag gibt. 6. Dezember - Nikolaustag! Alle Jahre kommt er wieder, der Heilige Nikolaus. Oder war es doch der Weihnachtsmann? Das dürfte Kindern relativ egal sein. Dezember kommt der Nikolaus. Doch wer war der heilige Nikolaus? Und wir klären die Grundfrage, warum es einen Nikolaustag gibt. Am 6. Dezember kommt der Nikolaus und bringt Süßes, das weiß jedes Kind. Doch wissen Sie auch, welche Legenden sich um ihn ranken, wer die dunkle. Der Nikolaustag am 6. Dezember zählt zu den vielen Höhepunkten der Adventszeit. Kinder verbinden mit dem Tag insbesondere den Brauch. Nikolaustag. 6. Dezember. “Seid Ihr auch alle brav gewesen?”, diese Frage sollten jetzt große und kleine Kinder möglichst ehrlich mit “Ja” beantworten können. Nikolaustag

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For a long time in Austria and some regions of Germany, particularly in Bavaria, St. Nicholas was the main character in the Christmas celebration.

But he was not Santa Claus, and he arrived earlier — on the 6th of December. Santa Claus or Father Christmas is a more recent tradition.

Since the Germans and the Dutch brought many of their customs to America directly or indirectly, we need to look first at Europe in order to understand the American and worldwide Christmas celebration of today.

The Historic, Real St. Nicholas Across the German-speaking region of Europe there are many kinds of Santa Clauses with many different names.

Despite their many names, they are all basically the same mythic character. But few of them have anything to do with the real Saint Nicholas Sankt Nikolaus or der Heilige Nikolaus , who was probably born around C.

Very little solid historical evidence exists for the man who later became the Bishop of Myra and the patron saint of children, sailors, students, teachers, and merchants.

He is credited with several miracles and his feast day is December 6, which is the main reason he is connected with Christmas.

Nowadays, St. Nicholas Day der Nikolaustag on Dec. Although Austria is mostly Catholic, Germany is almost evenly divided between Protestants and Catholics along with some minority religions.

So in Germany there are both Catholic katholisch and Protestant evangelisch Christmas customs. When Martin Luther , the great Protestant Reformer, came along, he wanted to get rid of the Catholic elements of Christmas.

Besides the Catholic and Protestant aspects, Germany is a country of many regions and regional dialects, making the question of who Santa Claus is even more complicated.

On top of that, there are both religious and secular German Christmas customs. That American Santa Claus has really gotten around!

Four main names Weihnachtsmann , Nickel , Klaus , Niglo are spread out from the north to the south, from west to east.

Dressed like a bishop in a white garment, Nicholas usually arrives with a companion. His companion goes by many names, depending on the region.

In some cases Krampus, for instance the figure frightens children both with its monstrous appearance and its threatening behavior.

This is no jolly, smiling elf. This is more like a devil. Who are these nasty guys? These names can even vary within a region from locality to locality, but these Nicholas companions are rarely kind and good.

Mostly they are evil — going so far as to frighten little children and, in some places, even whip them with switches. They reflect the darkness of the characters and stories in the original, non-sanitized Grimm Brothers fairy tales based on ancient Germanic folklore.

Learn more about these Nicholas companions below. Nikolaustag — 6. Dezember On the night of December 5 in some places, the evening of Dec. Nicholas, who resembles a bishop and carries a staff goes from house to house to bring small gifts to the children.

Accompanying him are several ragged looking, devil-like Krampusse , who mildly or nor so mildly scare the children.

Nicholas hands out small gifts. In some regions, there are other names for both Nikolaus and Krampus Knecht Ruprecht in northern Germany.

As early as , St. Nicholas brought gifts on Dec. In Alpine Europe Krampus is still a scary, devil-like figure. The Krampuslauf custom found in Austria and Bavaria also happens around December 5 or 6, but it also can take place at various times during November or December, depending on the community.

In some places today, children still leave their shoes by the window or the door on the night of Dec. Often they put a carrot or some hay in their shoes, as a gift to St.

Nicholas' horse. The next morning they find a small present in their shoes, ranging from sweets to marbles or some other small toy.

On the evening of 5 December, Sinterklaas impersonators often parents or close by family bring presents to children who have behaved well or not; they often both receive presents in the past year.

In practice, just as with Santa Claus, all children receive gifts without distinction. This is often done by placing a bag filled with presents outside the house or living room, after which a neighbor or parent bangs on the door or window, pretending to be Sinterklaas ' assistant.

Another option is to hire or ask someone to dress up as Sinterklaas and deliver the presents personally. In the past, it was said that the Zwarte Pieten took all the naughty children, put them into sacks, and Sinterklaas took them with him to Spain it is believed that Sinterklaas comes from Spain, where he returns after 5 December , in order to scare the children.

Therefore, many Sinterklaas songs still allude to a watching Zwarte Piet and a judging Sinterklaas. Recently, there has been a recurrent discussion about the perceived politically incorrect nature of Zwarte Piet.

In particular Dutch citizens with backgrounds from Suriname might feel offended by the Dutch slavery history connected to this emblem and regard the representation of Zwarte Piet as racist.

Others state that the black skin color of Zwarte Piet originates in his profession as a chimney sweep, hence the delivery of packages through the chimney.

In recent years, Christmas, along with Santa Claus, has been pushed by shopkeepers as another gift-giving festival, with some success; although, especially for young children, Saint Nicholas Eve is still much more important than Christmas.

The rise of Father Christmas known in Dutch as de Kerstman is often cited as an example of globalization and Americanisation. On the Frisian islands Waddeneilanden , the Sinterklaas feast has developed independently into traditions very different from the one on the mainland.

In Luxembourg , Kleeschen is accompanied by the Houseker a frightening helper wearing a brown monk's habit. If they fail to do so they will receive a visit from "Parkelj" or Krampus who traditionally leaves a rod, an instrument their parents will use to discipline them.

In Hungary, Croatia, Ukraine and Romania, children typically leave their boots on the windowsill on the evening of 5 December.

In Hungary and Croatia he is often accompanied by the Krampusz, the frightening helper who is out to take away the bad ones.

For the naughty children Mykolay brings a rod Rizka so parents can use it to discipline them.

The whole family gets ready for the saint's arrival on 6 December, with grandparents telling stories of the saint.

The most popular one also the subject of a popular French children's song is of three children who wandered away and got lost.

Cold and hungry, a wicked butcher lured them into his shop where he killed them and salted them away in a large tub. Through St. Nicolas' help the boys were revived and returned to their families, earning him a reputation as protector of children.

The evil butcher has followed St. In France, statues and paintings often portray this event, showing the saint with children in a barrel.

Bakeries and home kitchens are hives of activity as spiced gingerbread biscuits and mannala a brioche shaped like the saint are baked.

In schools, children learn songs and poems and create arts and crafts about St. Nicolas, while in nursery schools, a man portraying St. Nicolas gives away chocolates and sometimes little presents.

Nicolas to pass them by on his gift-giving rounds. In Northern Germany, Sankt Nikolaus is usually celebrated on a small scale.

Many children put a boot called Nikolaus-Stiefel Nikolaus boot outside the front door on the night of 5 December. Nicholas fills the boot with gifts and sweets overnight, and at the same time checks up on the children to see if they were good, polite and helpful the last year.

If they were not, they will have a stick eine Rute in their boots instead. Nicholas is often portrayed in Bavarian folklore as being accompanied by Knecht Ruprecht who inquires of the children if they have been saying their prayers, and if not, he shakes his bag of ashes at them, or beats them with a stick.

Sometimes a Nikolaus impersonator also visits the children at school or in their homes and asks them if they have been good sometimes ostensibly checking his golden book for their record , handing out presents on the basis of their behavior.

This has become more lenient in recent decades, and this task is often taken over by the Weihnachtsmann Father Christmas.

In more Catholic regions, St. Nikolaus is dressed very much like a bishop, rides on a horse, and is welcomed at public places by large crowds.

He has a long beard, and loves children, except when they have been naughty. This tradition has been kept alive annually.

Additionally, in Czech Republic, Poland and in Slovakia children find the candy and small gifts under the pillow, in their shoes or behind the window the evening of 5 December or the morning of 6 December.

Nicholas is accompanied by Krampus , represented as a beast-like creature, generally demonic in appearance. Krampus is thought to punish children during the Yule season who had misbehaved, and to capture particularly naughty children in his sack and carry them away to his lair.

Traditionally young men dress up as the Krampus during the first week of December, particularly on the evening of 5 December the eve of Saint Nicholas day on many church calendars , and roam the streets frightening children with rusty chains and bells.

Sometimes accompanying St. Nicholas and sometimes on his own, Krampus visits homes and businesses. The Saint usually appears in the Eastern Rite vestments of a bishop, and he carries a ceremonial staff.

Nicholas dispenses gifts, while Krampus supplies coal and the ruten bundles. Video Krampuslauf Lienz Krampus is featured on holiday greeting cards called Krampuskarten.

There are many names for Krampus, as well as many regional variations in portrayal and celebration. In Swiss folklore , St.

Nicholas is known as Samichlaus like Dutch Sinterklaas a corruption of the name of St. He is accompanied by the Schmutzli a frightening helper wearing a brown monk's habit.

The Christmas gift-bringer is not Samichlaus , but the Christchindli. Nicholas San Nicola is the patron of the city of Bari , where it is believed he is buried.

Its deeply felt celebration is called the Festa di San Nicola , held on the 7—9 of May. In particular on 8 May the relics of the saint are carried on a boat on the sea in front of the city with many boats following Festa a mare.

As Saint Nicholas is said to protect children and virgins, on 6 December there is a ritual called the Rito delle nubili : unmarried women wishing to find a husband can attend to an early-morning Mass, in which they have to turn around a column 7 times.

A similar tradition is currently observed in Sassari , where during the day of Saint Nicholas, patron of the city, gifts are given to young women who need help to get married.

Depending on the cultural background, in some families this celebration is more important than Christmas. In Suhuan, St. The parish church, dedicated to the saint, was built between and The ruins of a former parish church are still visible and have recently undergone restoration.

In the rest of Portugal this is not celebrated. Since the feast of Saint Nicholas always falls in the fasting period preceding the Christmas , the feast is celebrated according to the Eastern Orthodox Church fasting rules "Post".

Fasting refers in this context to the eating of a restricted diet no animal products or dairy products etc.

Saint Nicholas is the patron saint of Beit Jala , a town 2 kilometres 1. Nicholas, and is usually followed by parades, exhibitions, and other activities.

Palestinians of all denominations come to Beit Jala and participate in the prayers and celebrations. Louis , Missouri; and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania celebrate St.

Nick's Day on a scale similar to the German custom. St Nicholas then comes during the night. Widespread adoption of the tradition has spread among the German, Polish, Belgian and Dutch communities throughout the United States.

Some of the traditions and rituals of Christmas, such as leaving out a shoe or stocking to be filled, are similar to the traditions of Saint Nicholas Day.

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Learn more about these Nicholas companions below. Nikolaustag — 6. Dezember On the night of December 5 in some places, the evening of Dec.

Nicholas, who resembles a bishop and carries a staff goes from house to house to bring small gifts to the children.

Accompanying him are several ragged looking, devil-like Krampusse , who mildly or nor so mildly scare the children. Nicholas hands out small gifts.

In some regions, there are other names for both Nikolaus and Krampus Knecht Ruprecht in northern Germany. As early as , St. Nicholas brought gifts on Dec.

In Alpine Europe Krampus is still a scary, devil-like figure. The Krampuslauf custom found in Austria and Bavaria also happens around December 5 or 6, but it also can take place at various times during November or December, depending on the community.

In some places today, children still leave their shoes by the window or the door on the night of Dec. They awaken the next day Dec.

This is similar to the American Santa Claus custom, although the dates are different. Also similar to American custom, the children may leave a wish list for Nikolaus to pass on to the Weihnachtsmann Father Christmas or the Christkind for Christmas.

Heiligabend — Dezember Christmas Eve is now the most important day of the German celebration. Families with young children often keep the living room or other room closed off, revealing the Christmas tree to the excited youngsters only at the last minute.

The decorated Tannenbaum is the center of the Bescherung , the exchanging of gifts, which takes place on Christmas Eve, either before or after dinner.

Neither Santa Claus nor St. Nicholas brings children their gifts for Christmas. In religious families, there also may be readings of Christmas-related passages from the Bible.

Knecht Ruprecht is a term widely used in many parts of Germany. In Austria and Bavaria he is known as Krampus. Also called rauer Percht and many other names, Knecht Ruprecht is the anti-Santa escort, who punishes bad children.

Nowadays he is often a more kind, less menancing character, but in parts of Austria and Bavaria, Krampus remains a rather nasty figure.

Wotan, aka Percht, ruled over battles, fate, fertility and the winds. When Christianity came to Germany, St. Nicholas was introduced, but he was accompanied by the Germanic Knecht Ruprecht.

Today both can be seen at parties and festivities around December 6. It is said that he borrowed at least a couple of features from the Palatine Pelznickel he knew as a child in creating the image of the American Santa Claus — the fur trim and boots.

He carries a sack full of apples and nuts that he gives to the children. In various areas of the Odenwald, Pelznickel also goes by the names of Benznickel , Strohnickel , and Storrnickel.

The term used to be confined mostly to the northern and mostly Protestant areas of Germany, but has spread across the country in recent years.

You can even rent a Weihnachtsmann in most larger German cities. Nicholas, or Santa Claus. The German Weihnachtsmann is a fairly recent Christmas tradition having little if any religious or folkloric background.

In fact, the secular Weihnachtsmann only dates back to around the midth century. The first image depicting a bearded Weihnachtsmann in a hooded, fur mantle was a woodcut Holzschnitt by the Austrian painter Moritz von Schwind Over the years, the Weihnachtsmann became a rough mixture of St.

Nicholas and Knecht Ruprecht. The next morning they find a small present in their shoes, ranging from sweets to marbles or some other small toy.

On the evening of 5 December, Sinterklaas impersonators often parents or close by family bring presents to children who have behaved well or not; they often both receive presents in the past year.

In practice, just as with Santa Claus, all children receive gifts without distinction. This is often done by placing a bag filled with presents outside the house or living room, after which a neighbor or parent bangs on the door or window, pretending to be Sinterklaas ' assistant.

Another option is to hire or ask someone to dress up as Sinterklaas and deliver the presents personally. In the past, it was said that the Zwarte Pieten took all the naughty children, put them into sacks, and Sinterklaas took them with him to Spain it is believed that Sinterklaas comes from Spain, where he returns after 5 December , in order to scare the children.

Therefore, many Sinterklaas songs still allude to a watching Zwarte Piet and a judging Sinterklaas. Recently, there has been a recurrent discussion about the perceived politically incorrect nature of Zwarte Piet.

In particular Dutch citizens with backgrounds from Suriname might feel offended by the Dutch slavery history connected to this emblem and regard the representation of Zwarte Piet as racist.

Others state that the black skin color of Zwarte Piet originates in his profession as a chimney sweep, hence the delivery of packages through the chimney.

In recent years, Christmas, along with Santa Claus, has been pushed by shopkeepers as another gift-giving festival, with some success; although, especially for young children, Saint Nicholas Eve is still much more important than Christmas.

The rise of Father Christmas known in Dutch as de Kerstman is often cited as an example of globalization and Americanisation. On the Frisian islands Waddeneilanden , the Sinterklaas feast has developed independently into traditions very different from the one on the mainland.

In Luxembourg , Kleeschen is accompanied by the Houseker a frightening helper wearing a brown monk's habit. If they fail to do so they will receive a visit from "Parkelj" or Krampus who traditionally leaves a rod, an instrument their parents will use to discipline them.

In Hungary, Croatia, Ukraine and Romania, children typically leave their boots on the windowsill on the evening of 5 December. In Hungary and Croatia he is often accompanied by the Krampusz, the frightening helper who is out to take away the bad ones.

For the naughty children Mykolay brings a rod Rizka so parents can use it to discipline them. The whole family gets ready for the saint's arrival on 6 December, with grandparents telling stories of the saint.

The most popular one also the subject of a popular French children's song is of three children who wandered away and got lost.

Cold and hungry, a wicked butcher lured them into his shop where he killed them and salted them away in a large tub. Through St.

Nicolas' help the boys were revived and returned to their families, earning him a reputation as protector of children.

The evil butcher has followed St. In France, statues and paintings often portray this event, showing the saint with children in a barrel. Bakeries and home kitchens are hives of activity as spiced gingerbread biscuits and mannala a brioche shaped like the saint are baked.

In schools, children learn songs and poems and create arts and crafts about St. Nicolas, while in nursery schools, a man portraying St.

Nicolas gives away chocolates and sometimes little presents. Nicolas to pass them by on his gift-giving rounds. In Northern Germany, Sankt Nikolaus is usually celebrated on a small scale.

Many children put a boot called Nikolaus-Stiefel Nikolaus boot outside the front door on the night of 5 December.

Nicholas fills the boot with gifts and sweets overnight, and at the same time checks up on the children to see if they were good, polite and helpful the last year.

If they were not, they will have a stick eine Rute in their boots instead. Nicholas is often portrayed in Bavarian folklore as being accompanied by Knecht Ruprecht who inquires of the children if they have been saying their prayers, and if not, he shakes his bag of ashes at them, or beats them with a stick.

Sometimes a Nikolaus impersonator also visits the children at school or in their homes and asks them if they have been good sometimes ostensibly checking his golden book for their record , handing out presents on the basis of their behavior.

This has become more lenient in recent decades, and this task is often taken over by the Weihnachtsmann Father Christmas. In more Catholic regions, St.

Nikolaus is dressed very much like a bishop, rides on a horse, and is welcomed at public places by large crowds. He has a long beard, and loves children, except when they have been naughty.

This tradition has been kept alive annually. Additionally, in Czech Republic, Poland and in Slovakia children find the candy and small gifts under the pillow, in their shoes or behind the window the evening of 5 December or the morning of 6 December.

Nicholas is accompanied by Krampus , represented as a beast-like creature, generally demonic in appearance.

Krampus is thought to punish children during the Yule season who had misbehaved, and to capture particularly naughty children in his sack and carry them away to his lair.

Traditionally young men dress up as the Krampus during the first week of December, particularly on the evening of 5 December the eve of Saint Nicholas day on many church calendars , and roam the streets frightening children with rusty chains and bells.

Sometimes accompanying St. Nicholas and sometimes on his own, Krampus visits homes and businesses. The Saint usually appears in the Eastern Rite vestments of a bishop, and he carries a ceremonial staff.

Nicholas dispenses gifts, while Krampus supplies coal and the ruten bundles. Video Krampuslauf Lienz Krampus is featured on holiday greeting cards called Krampuskarten.

There are many names for Krampus, as well as many regional variations in portrayal and celebration. In Swiss folklore , St.

Nicholas is known as Samichlaus like Dutch Sinterklaas a corruption of the name of St. He is accompanied by the Schmutzli a frightening helper wearing a brown monk's habit.

The Christmas gift-bringer is not Samichlaus , but the Christchindli. Nicholas San Nicola is the patron of the city of Bari , where it is believed he is buried.

Its deeply felt celebration is called the Festa di San Nicola , held on the 7—9 of May. In particular on 8 May the relics of the saint are carried on a boat on the sea in front of the city with many boats following Festa a mare.

As Saint Nicholas is said to protect children and virgins, on 6 December there is a ritual called the Rito delle nubili : unmarried women wishing to find a husband can attend to an early-morning Mass, in which they have to turn around a column 7 times.

A similar tradition is currently observed in Sassari , where during the day of Saint Nicholas, patron of the city, gifts are given to young women who need help to get married.

Depending on the cultural background, in some families this celebration is more important than Christmas. In Suhuan, St.

The parish church, dedicated to the saint, was built between and The ruins of a former parish church are still visible and have recently undergone restoration.

In the rest of Portugal this is not celebrated. Since the feast of Saint Nicholas always falls in the fasting period preceding the Christmas , the feast is celebrated according to the Eastern Orthodox Church fasting rules "Post".

Fasting refers in this context to the eating of a restricted diet no animal products or dairy products etc.

Saint Nicholas is the patron saint of Beit Jala , a town 2 kilometres 1. Nicholas, and is usually followed by parades, exhibitions, and other activities.

Palestinians of all denominations come to Beit Jala and participate in the prayers and celebrations.

Louis , Missouri; and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania celebrate St. Nick's Day on a scale similar to the German custom. St Nicholas then comes during the night.

Widespread adoption of the tradition has spread among the German, Polish, Belgian and Dutch communities throughout the United States.

Some of the traditions and rituals of Christmas, such as leaving out a shoe or stocking to be filled, are similar to the traditions of Saint Nicholas Day.

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