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It says 10 million people visited a Christmas market either in the Netherlands or abroad last year, up from 9.2 million in 2010...According to the Centre for Retail Research in Nottingham, the Netherlands is the fourth most popular location in Europe
A woman looks at Lebkuchen at a Christmas market in Dusseldorf.
Trust is good but control is better is being applied with particular vigour at Berlin's Christmas markets. The latest item to come under scrutiny is Gluhwein, the omnipresent mulled wine which is the hallmark of every Yuletide fair.
The markets, which opened on November 30, will run until the New Year. The most popular market is the one at the Old Town Square, which features Prague's tallest Christmas tree. This market is also famous for its realistic nativity scene where
The 2nd Annual Cambria Christmas Market includes a massive light display, artisan shopping, and live holiday music. The market is held at the Cambria Pines Lodge and will continue the Christmas cheer through December 22nd...To report a comment,
Wednesday December 4, 2013 We asked our readers to tell us about their most treasured Christmas traditions...I remember everybody from the community coming together and fixing up the neighbourhood...Denasha Wright Me and my uncle killing goat! -
Christmastime in Chicago is truly a magical time...This is the 100th year Chicago has had an official city Christmas tree...Nearly 29,000 lights and 300 decorations (including a star on top) adorn the tree, city of Chicago spokeswoman Mary May said.
Experience an authentic German Christmas market at the Windham Hill Inn in West Townshend (Dec...Offerings from the Erzgebirge region include multitiered wooden Nativity pyramids, smokers (carved wood figurines that burn apple or cinnamon incense),
About 150 stands offer warm drinks, sweets, gifts and Christmas tree decorations here until Christmas Day. (Herbert Pfarrhofer/EPA) Q I am thinking about going to the Christmas markets from Vienna to Munich...There are Christmas markets all over
The first record of a decorated Christmas tree came from 16th-century Germany, though some say the custom dates back to the eighth century, when an English monk, St. Boniface, traveled to Germany to help convert people there to Christianity. Now more