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Frankfurt's Christmas Market Victoria Square and New Street

November 17th to December 23rd 2005

Over 30 varied traditional market stalls selling a wide variety of goods. Open from 10am - 8pm 7 days a week. Sample the delights of in Victoria Square, Birmingham! This genuine German Market features gifts with a difference: hand-made Christmas decorations and toys, nuts and marzipan sweets, candles, ceramics, puppets, glass and jewellery. After shopping, warm up with a glass of mulled wine or punch, a tasty grilled sausage or some Frankfurt gingerbread and on Edgbaston Street there's the Indoor Market open six days a week throughout the year with over ninety traders, plus St Martin's Market and outdoor market
Photographs taken by VirtualBrum
Fuji 2600z Digital Camera. (hand held)
5th Dec 2002
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