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What countries have siesta?

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What countries have siesta?

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  1. Guest21740500

    Spain is a commom country to have siesta's, if you were to go on holiday in spain you would see that in the after noons the shops are closed and no one would be around, maybe a few people but very rarely. Spanish people love their afternoon nap. it's so when they wake up they have enough energy for the evening 'shift'

  2. Guest20027637
    In Bangladesh and Indian Bengal it is called bhat-ghum, literally meaning "rice-sleep". In China and Taiwan it is called wujiao. Most Chinese schools have a half-hour nap programmed straight after lunch. Some businesses in Japan set aside napping rooms for their office workers. Islam suggests an afternoon sleep between Dhuhr and Asr prayers.Western Countries was also taking a siesta.
  3. Guest20027637
    In Bangladesh and Indian Bengal it is called bhat-ghum, literally meaning "rice-sleep". In China and Taiwan it is called wujiao. Most Chinese schools have a half-hour nap programmed straight after lunch. Some businesses in Japan set aside napping rooms for their office workers. Islam suggests an afternoon sleep between Dhuhr and Asr prayers.Western Countries was also taking a siesta.
  4. Guest19646967
    westernized countries also taking a noonday nap or siestA
  5. Guest9571781
    tnx...
  6. Fareeha
    Siesta is a short nap taken in the early afternoon, often after the midday meal. Such a period of sleep is a common tradition in some countries, particularly those where the weather is warm. The siesta is the traditional daytime sleep of Spain, and through Spanish influence, of many Latin American countries. Brazil, colonized not by Spain but by Portugal, stands in cultural contrast. Afternoon sleep is also a common habit in the Philippines, China, Vietnam, Bangladesh, India, Southern Italy, Greece, Croatia, Malta, the Middle East and North Africa.

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