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  • Leadenhall Market, London, United Kingdom. Author Herry Lawford. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

    London Christmas Markets

    London is a city rich in all types of markets in all periods of the year, of course during Christmas...

  • Waterford Winterval Christmas Festival.

    Ireland Christmas Markets

    For the Irish people Christmas it is one of the most important holidays of the year. The Christmas m...

  • Truro Boscawen Street Christmas Markets 2019

    Cornwall Christmas Markets

    Cornwall is one English county located in the southwest of Britain, at the end of the homonymous, lo...

  • Sint-Salvatorskathedraal, Bruges, Belgium. Author Tony Grist. No Copyright

    Bruges Christmas Markets

    Bruges is probably together with Ghent the most beautiful city in Belgium, also called the “Ve...

  • Prague Christmas Markets, Czech Republic. Author Karelj. No Copyright

    Prague Christmas Markets

    The Christmas Market (Vánoční trhy) in Prague is formed by two main markets that take place in the O...

Northumberland Christmas Markets

Christmas Market in The Alnwick Garden

Northumberland is a county in the north-east of England, in the United Kingdom, situated on the border with Scotland. The geography of this county is varied: there are low-lying and flat areas near the coast of the North Sea, while to the north-west lie the mountains of the Cheviot Hills. Much of the county is made up of a barren ...

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Lübeck Christmas Markets

Lübeck, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Author Motiqua. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

In the magnificent atmosphere of the ancient historic city of Lübeck takes place an exciting advent, with numerous Christmas markets, shows, songs and other Christmas events. Lübeck was an important city of the famous Hanseatic League and today retains evidence of its glorious past which have earned it a place among the world heritage sites of UNESCO. The first Christmas market, ...

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Regensburg Christmas Markets

Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany. Author Karsten Dörre. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Situated between Munich and Nuremberg, the historical city of Regensburg in Bavaria is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Regensburg for the advent period welcomes its visitors with three important Christmas markets. The most traditional of Regensburg Christmas Market is that of the Infant Jesus, which takes place in the historic center of this beautiful Bavarian town, famous in the world for ...

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Seville Christmas Markets

Christmas markets in the Alameda de Hercules, Sevilla. Author and Copyright Las Brujas Eventos

During Christmas the center of Seville is all dressed up for the most awaited moment of the year, the Christmas holidays. In the squares of the city are towering Christmas trees all covered in lights and garlands. The same streets are decorated and adorned with decorations and lights and shops are competing to present the best showcase. The pleasant smell ...

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Oslo Christmas Markets

Oslo, Norway. Author Bernt Rostad. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Oslo – Norway’s capital – is the largest city of the country and the seat of the king and the Norwegian government. The city is located in the Oslo Fjord (Oslofjord) in a beautiful natural landscape. Founded in the Middle Ages – around the Eleventh century – Oslo was soon the capital of the country, but in the fourteenth century with the union with ...

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Rome Christmas Markets

St. Peter's Basilica, Rome, Italy. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Rome – the eternal city – that two thousand years ago it was the capital and nerve center of an empire that stretched from England to Romania, from North Africa to Mesopotamia, is now one of the most visited cities in the world. Founded on seven hills it retains many monuments of the past imperial splendor and the subsequent period in which it was the ...

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Yerevan Christmas Market

Yerevan Christmas Market, Armenia

Situated along the Hrazdan River, in the western part of the country, at the eastern end of the plain of Ararat, Yerevan is the administrative, cultural and industrial center of the country. The history of Yerevan dates back to the eighth century BC, with the founding of the fortress of Erebuni in 782 BC by King Argishti I on the ...

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