Photo of the Week: Christmas Market Details

It’s All In The Details

CONTRIBUTED BY H. ERNST

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Like most newcomers to Germany, visiting Christmas markets was at the top of my “must do” list this winter.  I quickly discovered that Christmas markets, large or small, share a lot of similarities.  One could easily get burnt out, especially after experiencing a particularly crowded market.  For me, what I look for when I visit Christmas markets are the little details.  

I took this photo when visiting the Esslingen Christmas market on a particularly crowded evening.  I couldn’t keep my eyes off the beautiful buildings decorated with lights and seasonal displays.  

Little details (and good food!) keep me interested in seeing what else is around the corner, or at the next market!  

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Esslingen Medieval Christmas Market (Where this photo was taken)

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