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Christmas Markets

In many Hungarian towns beginning on December 1 they have ‘Christmas Markets’. The Christmas markets sell small items, crafts and much food (to eat while shopping). This is one of the smaller Christmas markets in Pecs after it had snowed a couple of days ago.Christmas Market in Pecs

Christmas Market in Pecs Sister Bailey found some small presents at this stand for Shauna, Amelia, Laura, Julianne and Sarah. These are items that she uses a lot in Hungary for cooking, but has not been able to find in the United States.Christmas Market in Pecs

There were many stands that offered various types of candy — but no candy canes.Christmas Market Selling Candy

Also, a very different nativity sceneChristmas Market in Pecs - Nativity Scene made all of straw.


One comment

  • Natalie C

    Looks like you are doing such great work! We loved your Christmas email and updates. Merry Christmas!

    December 26, 2011

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