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Fri(day) Fotos Festive theme

As announced a few days ago, today’s Friday-photos theme is “festive”:

Christmas market, Old Town Square, Prague
Christmas market at Old Town Square : Prague, Czech Republic – 4 December 2008.

Kripperlmarkt, Muenchen Munich
Crib or Manger Market : Munich, Germany – 1 December 2010.

Weihnachtsmarkt, Roemerberg, Frankfurt am Main
Christmas market at Römerberg : Frankfurt am Main, Germany – 18 December 2010.

Hamburg Weihnachtsmarkt Rathausmarkt
Christmas market at Rathausmarkt : Hamburg, Germany – 21 December 2010.

Unter den Linden, Berlin Mitte
Unter den Linden (near U/S Brandenburger Tor) : Berlin, Germany – 24 December 2010.

Brandenburger Tor, Pariser Platz, Berlin
Pariser Platz, near Brandenburg Gate : Berlin, Germany – 24 December 2010.

I hope you enjoyed the photos above, as much as I enjoyed making them! More blog posts about Christmas can be found here.

This post appears originally on Fotoeins Fotopress (

6 Responses to “Fri(day) Fotos Festive theme”

  1. Christina

    Ah, wonderful pictures! Love the Unter den Linden photo. If you like Christmas markets, try the Nürnberg Christkindlesmarkt. They even have a Christkind there 🙂


    • fotoeins

      Hi, Christina.

      Thanks for your kind compliments! In fact, I hope to stop by Nürnberg next year to see some people there and visit their Christkindlmarkt.

      Now that my “travel” can truly begin, I have an email to finish and send to you as an initial inquiry about New Zealand. 🙂

      Mach’s gut, and thanks again for your comment!


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