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Mikulás is the Hungarian version of Saint Nicholas, and a similar figure to Santa Claus. In many cities, Mikulas is getting more conflated with Santa Claus. Still, it is believed that Mikulas arrives to celebrate his day, December 6, and leaves before Christmas. This tradition is also well known in Romania, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, Slovakia,Croatia and Poland.
On Tuesday evening, we were able to distribute 150 Mikulaš Day tracts . This tract includes the gospel and a true story from a young Czech lady who was so afraid of Mikulaš day when she was a child.
Posted by Jeffrey Allison at 9:07 AM