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German Easter Markets – Easter Shopping In Germany

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We all know about German Christmas Markets... but did you know that every Spring there are German EASTER Markets?!? These sweet little markets pop up on weekends during Lent, and leading right up until Easter. Germans do love to decorate their homes to celebrate Easter, and the Markets give them a chance to find that […]

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German Easter Story Books For Kids- Perfect for Easter Baskets!

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    Anna hilft dem Osterhasen: Ein Osterbilderbuch für Kinder (Anna und ihre Freunde) (Volume 2) (German Edition) Cute German Easter Story Books for kids are a nice (non-edible and non-messy) addition to the Easter Basket. The stories can be read over and over, long after the chocolate and candies have been eaten. Most of […]

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Where to Buy German Easter Chocolate to make Your Holiday Delicious!

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    Lindt Easter greetings metal box (2 x 28g) Have you been wondering where to buy German Easter Chocolate?This special imported chocolate is not just for kids! Although, of course, the kids in your world will be delighted if the Osterhase brings them a basket or Paper Mache Egg filled with wonderful chocolate treats. I […]

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Where did Easter Bunny Originate? In Germany, of Course! Read More HERE!

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Have you ever wondered “where did Easter Bunny originate?” The whole story of rabbits bringing eggs overnight doesn’t really make sense on the face of it… Rabbits don’t lay eggs after all… so it’s not exactly logical. It turns out that there is a very sweet story, almost a Fairy Tale,  associated with the origins […]

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