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St. Nicholas, bringer of sweets, reaches Brussels
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3 December 2016
On 3 December 2016 Reuters reported:
Children gathered with parents in Brussels's medieval main square on Saturday to await the arrival of St. Nicholas, a pre-Christmas tradition in Belgium, the Netherlands, and other parts of northern Europe held in honor of the legendary gift-giver. Every year in early December parades are held in towns across Belgium and the Netherlands, at which thousands of children cheer St. Nicholas. His arrival in the capital cities of the two countries is especially picturesque.
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