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The business in mulled wine and holiday trinkets is booming in Germany, as an increasing number of Christmas markets spring up in popular tourist destinations. For many artisans, the trend is ensuring their survival. (04.12.2013)
These days there is more to discover at Germany's Christmas markets than wooden ornaments, mulled wine and roasted peanuts. Young entrepreneurs are discovering the traditional venue for selling their creative products.
The business in mulled wine and holiday trinkets is booming in Germany, as an increasing number of Christmas markets spring up in popular tourist destinations. For many artisans, the trend is ensuring their survival.
In December, Christmas markets pop up everywhere in Germany. But which ones inspire us most? Check out some of DW's favorite holiday haunts for a warm mug of mulled wine.
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