St. Nicholas

St. Nicholas

Sinterklaas postzegel

Sinterklaas postzegel

Sinterklaas

Sinterklaas

Sinterklaas, in 2013 discussie of dit feest ma g blijven, het moet niet gekker worden.

Sinterklaas, in 2013 discussie of dit feest ma g blijven, het moet niet gekker worden.

The origin of the St. Nicholas tradition goes back to Bishop Nicholas of Myra in Lycia (Turkey). Little solid historical information is known about Nicholas except that he was Bishop of Myra and died around A.D. 350.

The origin of the St. Nicholas tradition goes back to Bishop Nicholas of Myra in Lycia (Turkey). Little solid historical information is known about Nicholas except that he was Bishop of Myra and died around A.D. 350.

Sinterklaas met zijn schimmel en Piet op het dak om cadeautjes te geven aan de kids.

Sinterklaas met zijn schimmel en Piet op het dak om cadeautjes te geven aan de kids.

Door Fiep Westendorp (tekeningen van  Fiep zijn leuk!)

Door Fiep Westendorp (tekeningen van Fiep zijn leuk!)

Sinterklaas (or more formally Sint Nicolaas or Sint Nikolaas; Saint Nicolas in French; Sankt Nikolaus in German) is a traditional Winter holiday figure still celebrated today in the Low Countries, including the Netherlands and Belgium, as well as French Flanders (Lille) and Artois (Arras). He is celebrated annually on Saint Nicholas' eve (5 December) or on the morning of 6 December in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Northern France.

Sinterklaas (or more formally Sint Nicolaas or Sint Nikolaas; Saint Nicolas in French; Sankt Nikolaus in German) is a traditional Winter holiday figure still celebrated today in the Low Countries, including the Netherlands and Belgium, as well as French Flanders (Lille) and Artois (Arras). He is celebrated annually on Saint Nicholas' eve (5 December) or on the morning of 6 December in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Northern France.

James Christensen - St. Nicholas of Myra

James Christensen - St. Nicholas of Myra

vintage Sinterklaas image

vintage Sinterklaas image

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