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At this time, all over Europe, multiply the magical Christmas carols markets. Hot drinks, crafts, local food and (much) snow usually part of the program.
The giant tree full of lights and seems to touch the stars, surrounded by dozens of stalls covered with a white blanket. Across Europe, hundreds of cities organized by this time its Christmas markets. In Estonia, for example, the historical center of Tallinn is flooded by the aroma of gingerbread cookies and Christmas drinks that warm the body and soul. Jouluturg market, which was held for the first time twenty years ago, children are invited to interact and feed rabbits, goats, ponies and even codeiros and participate in activities organized by small gnomes that animate the market. The tradition of street markets during the holiday season originated in Germany and Austria, where almost all cities organize a market, but in the meantime spread over several countries. One of the oldest Christmas markets is the German city of Dresden, whose first edition dates from 1434.
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