With 600 years of tradition behind it, it will remain in the city from November 23 until December 24

Germany’s oldest Christmas market has reopened for the first time after a two-year pandemic. It is located in Dresden, in the market square, and looks back on about 600 years of tradition. There are 250 wooden houses that sell typical Christmas products and will remain on display from November 23rd until December 24th.

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