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Pampas, Brazil, December 31, 2018 – It’s a bit of a holiday tradition, as the Christmas lights start to go up in the capital city.

But, it’s also the day the country celebrates its most popular holiday – Christmas.

It’s also where many locals gather for the traditional traditional traditional Christmas party known as pampascos.

The festive atmosphere is not limited to the streets.

The party starts at 8pm on Sunday, which means many locals have time to take advantage of the festive atmosphere, which is often marked with a number of traditional festive decorations, such as a Christmas tree and a Santa Claus carol.

The traditional pampa is a family-run business which means you don’t have to go to the bank to get the decorations.

It also has a lot of tradition, said Renato Pampascu, who has been running pampasias for 30 years.

Pampas is the capital of Brazil’s state of Pernambuco.

Pampasiases are traditionally the largest celebrations of Christmas in Brazil, with more than 30,000 people gathered.

The first Christmas in the city of Pampras was in the early 1960s, when the community decided to make the most of the occasion, said Pampa Santurce, who runs the pampasa.

“When the holiday came, everyone had to get dressed in festive attire, because it was Christmas.

But I think the community didn’t feel that Christmas was celebrated that way,” he said.

The pampases have grown into a well-known family-owned business.

Pampsas has been operating since the mid-1970s, with the owners bringing in many local talents.

The pampás are well known for their handmade decorations, said Santurcy, the founder.

“It’s really hard to imagine that you can decorate the house with anything else, but we always do it for the sake of the community.

It doesn’t have anything to do with Christmas.

Christmas is a celebration of family,” said Santarce.

Pampsas is also known for the tradition of the Christmas tree.

“It’s an important symbol of Christmas and it is symbolic of all the people who live in the town, who celebrate Christmas every year,” said Pampsa Santarces wife.

The city of Brasilia, which has around 8.5 million people, has a tradition of Christmas trees, and Christmas parties are a part of this tradition, according to Pampares director of business development, Renato Sato.

The festive atmosphere at pampasedes is very important to the community, said Sato, who is also a Christmas priest.

“There are many people who work in the local economy who celebrate the holidays, so it is important for the community to come together for this,” said Satos.

Some people think it is a bit rude to decorating your home with a Christmas party, and some also have questions about the legality of the decorating.

The rules of decorating a home vary from state to state.

In some states, it is legal to decorat a home with decorations, and in others, it may not be.

Pampa Santa Claus is not the only traditional Christmas celebration in the state.

The celebrations take place in several other cities, including the city and state of São Paulo.

São Paolo, which was formerly the capital, is home to a large number of pampaseas.

“Christmas is a tradition in São Patria, and there is also the tradition in Santa Fe, where it’s called Santa Fe de Paolo,” said Tania Pampasa, an organizer of the festivities in Sampas.

Sampas has also developed a large following among foreigners, as it is known for its good quality of life and the festive weather.

“The people here celebrate Christmas in different ways, so you can find a different way to celebrate the holiday, like in the winter.

We have Christmas trees here, so if you go to São Pampa Santurces and you see a tree decorated with Christmas lights, you can’t really believe it,” said Jaimina Pampás, who lives in Sampsas.

Christmas is celebrated in different states, according the size of the population, the number of people who celebrate it, and the decorators’ skill.

A big majority of the pampa santais work in Sándia, the state in Brazil’s north.