The German Santa is bringing a freshly cut tree to a well deserved home. Some homes in Germany have several Christmas trees, and in all towns across Germany,
they can be seen glittering and glowing. Lebkuchen, or Pfefferkuchen, is a traditional German product baked for Christmas which hangs from santa’s belt.
This sweet treat resembles soft gingerbread. Similar cookies have a history that extends back to the Egyptians, but the style of the traditional Lebkuchen
is believed to have been invented by Medieval monks in Franconia, Germany in the 13th century. Santa is relying on his hand carved walking stick. His
favorite wood carver in Oberammergau makes Santa a new walking stick each year. Oberammergau is nestled at the foothills of the Alps, one of the most
picturesque towns in Bavaria.
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