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 the 23th Christmas Market in Bratislava

 

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The 23th Christmas market takes place on various squares of Bratislava: the main square, Franciscan and Hviezdoslav. They are very popular with residents of the capital and foreign tourists. The 108 specially decorated stands present typical regional dishes and drinks as well as gifts dry as loksze (cakes made with potato dough) stuffed with goose liver or sauerkraut, baked sausages and geese, cabbage soup, Pagacz - biscuits greaves, bread with lard and onion , meat and fish dishes from the grill and typical drinks: mulled wine, mead honey (medovina), grog and punch. There is also a pastry: strudels / apple, poppy seed, nut, cheese /, gingerbread and honey oblates. Besides food, other small souvenirs be Purchased, dry as Christmas gifts and trinkets: works made with leather, glass, ceramics, wicker, wood, corn husks, beeswax, etc. The great festive atmosphere is enriched with the live demonstrations of folk handicrafts. The Christmas market is open every day. The festival of Christmas in Slovak Bratislava starts along with the opening of the Christmas market in Bratislava. The event takes place on the main square and bands and artists from Western, Central and Eastern Slovakia perform there. An additional attractiona of the Christmas Fair in Bratislava are two ice rinks: Hviezdoslavovo Square and the Primate. Entrance to the ice rink is free. A great number of surprises is prepared for children and adults.

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