swedish traditions - sankta lucia

On December the 13th Swedes eat Lussekatter, drink glögg, put on white dresses and light up the candles. All this because of a Catholic saint (sic!)

More about Sankta Lucia you can find in those two texts on my blog:
Swedish Christmas part 1: https://www.thenorthernwall.com/blog/2017/11/25/saint-export-level-from-italy-to-sweden
Swedish Christmas part 2: https://www.thenorthernwall.com/blog/2017/12/4/saint-lucias-day-post-scriptum-swedish-christmas-2

Do you celebrate Sankta Lucia in your country?
Who is bringing the presents traditionally in your country?
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