IKEA Spain celebrates starting today in their establishments in the peninsula the end of Christmas and the return of the light with a party called KNUT, which symbolizes the time in which Christmas ornaments left step to the new decor that will receive the incoming year, and why the Swedish brand presents some very special offers at its various commercial surfaces to decorate House. Each January 13 the Swedes celebrate this day with family and friends, so that together remove the decoration and Christmas tree who have accompanied them during the holidays, giving way to a new decor. KNUT day takes place the julgransplundring or looting of the tree, in which children Christmas tree shed all the sweets that are hung as a traditional cookie ginger, apples, nuts, candy canes and smalkarameller decorations. Thus, that day children invite friends to their homes to eat biscuits, drink juices and play. Together then removed all the decoration and the Christmas tree who have accompanied them during all the festivities. In addition, KNUT day in some homes is danced and jumps around the tree singing the song KNUT: Merry Christmas was just / we bid farewell to the tree decorating / but next year as a witness / our old friend/so so again this promises us now. Tradition says that years ago in Sweden it was custom that children and men disfrazaran of the old King KNUT and were on the streets doing mischief and asking for candy, then return home with pockets well full of baubles. Original author and source of the article.