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Düsseldorf Schadowstrasse Christmas Market

Listed under Christmas Markets in Düsseldorf, Germany.

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This market goes up each year in front of the Hahnentorburg, a castle like gate, originally part of Cologne’s wall, and a fitting background for a fairytale event with a Brother’s Grimm theme. Grimm characters are put to work on the stalls or entertaining guests for a my-first-Christmas-market feel, which the myriad of festive lights and snuggly decorated booths add to.

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