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Sport from the Krabat vorwerk to the village square

12:00  01 december  2022
12:00  01 december  2022 Source:   saechsische.de

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due to the construction work on the area through the large särchen by the way.

Hunderte Besucher verlebten auf dem Weihnachtsmarkt auf dem Dorfplatz in Groß Särchen ein paar beschauliche Stunden – mit der Kirche als Kulisse. © Foto: Elvira Hantschke © Photo: Elvira Hantschke Hundreds of visitors spent a few tranquil hours at the Christmas market on the village square in Groß Särchen - with the church as a backdrop. © Photo: Elvira Hantschke

by Elvira Hantschke

Groß Särchen. Groß Särchen's traditional Christmas market took place this year on the village square in front of the church and not like the years before on the Krabat vorwerk. The reason for this is the continuing construction work on the main street. The numerous visitors liked it. The square was nicely prepared. It smells of all kinds of delicacies. A small program was also offered with a puppet show, the dance of the little ones and the choir. The mood was great, but that was not only due to the mulled wine. Finally experience something together again, talk to each other and have fun, released a lot of positive energy. And of course Santa Claus also came to visit.

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