How to say Merry Christmas in 20 different languages

I took this photo at St Pancras in London. The 14-metre high tree is made entirely from Disney soft toys. Simba the Lion King, Micky Mouse, Goofy, Aristocats, Peter Pan, Tinkerbell etc. This is adorable and so super cute: Disney – Travelling – Train Station.

Large Christmas tree made from different sized Micky Mouse dolls in a train station.

An American multinational mass media company sets up a Christmas Tree in a British train station, and I ask myself how come some British nationals are denied entry into the US?

This morning I heard on the news that a British Muslim family wanted to travel to Disneyland in California, but were barred from boarding a flight by US authorities at a London airport. American authorities did not provide the reason for their decision. It is Christmas, heart melting songs about peace, love and understanding are all around us, and I wonder why the reality is so very different? Disney – Travelling – Airport.

This is to a life without fear.

Here is how to say Merry Christmas in 25 countries

In Denmark: Glædelig Jul.
In Haiti: Jwaye Nwèl.
In Germany: Frohe Weihnachten.
In Finland: Hyvää Joulua.
In France: Joyeux Noël.
In Greece: Καλά Χριστούγεννα.
In Malaysia: Selamat Hari Natal.
In Iceland: Gleðileg Jól.
In Italy: Buon Natale.
In Poland: Wesołych Świąt Feliz Natal.
In Rumania: Crăciun Fericit.
In Sweden: Nadolig Llawen.
In Spain: ¡Feliz Navidad.
In Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Mozambique and the Democratic Republic of the Congo: Krismasi.
In The Czech Republic: Veselé Vánoce.
In Turkey: Mutlu Noeller.
In Vietnam: Giáng Sinh Vui Vẻ.
In Wales: Nadolig Llawen.
In Estonia: Häid Jõule.