10 Best Christmas village of 2020

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Christmas Village Guide

On Christmas village is something fine. The unmistakable atmosphere of this scenery comes about when lights glitter colorfully and white in snow, candle flames in iciclebreak and a smell of gingerbread, mulled wine, baked almondsand chocolate apples blowing through the icy air. The Christmas village is a place of contrasts: cold wind and wet snow come together with warm drinks and food, colorful children’s carousels, Christmas songs and laughing people. It is the cozy side of winter. And that’s why Christmas villages are so popular. Whether it’s an ethnic or a national Christmas village is a normal Christmas market with brightly lit stalls and crafts from different regions of Germany – it is definitely a matter of the heart.

Tyrol, Finland, Ostholstein?

Most German cities have markets at Christmas time. The Christmas markets can be held in general, but sometimes they are under the motto of a particular country. Finnish Christmas villages, Tyrolean Christmas villages, Northern German Christmas villages and more enjoy great popularity. Those who can not enjoy the Christmas season in distant lands, at least want to get to know the customs and traditions, Christmas decorations and the culinary delights of distant regions. Every country, every region has its own characteristics. There are hand-carved Christmas pyramids and figurines from the Harz, wooden cribs in a very specific style from the different Alpine regions, warm clothing from northern European countries or simply spicy treats from Franconia. It does not have to be exotic: one Christmas village is fun, as long as you do not put pressure on, not necessarily looking for the most unusual. Worth it, for a very specific Christmas village to travel throughout Germany? Well, maybe. Is that even the best Christmas village? Probably not, because every Christmas village has its very own charm, which is to be discovered and enjoyed. And of course, in addition to the Christmas mood, colorful lights and great atmosphere, the only lukewarm mulled wines and the much too expensive knickknacks are part of it.

Decorative for seasonal table, living room or study

Christmas villages have tradition. Therefore, they are displayed on Advent calendars for children, handpainted on Christmas collectors plates and carved as small scenes in wood. The Christmas village can basically be taken home for the entire Advent season. Well-known toy companies offer Christmas villages for children, which are made of high quality wood or lightweight, modern plastic. Designers and craftsmen create their Christmas villages in their own style and from different materials. If you love small, light decorations, you will be able to make friends with silhouettes, thin paper, wood or metal leporellos. If you have more space, you may prefer the scenarios of wood, plaster or stone, which show a three-dimensional Christmas village scene and may even be lit from the inside with tealights. The boundaries between high-quality design, folk art and mass-produced goods are fluid, and in general, anything that pleases is allowed. Since these are purely decorative objects, Christmas villages do not necessarily have a practical use. As aroma lamp, Bookmarks or lanterns they have the course, anyway.

Prepare for Christmas at Advent

It is a Christian tradition to prepare contemplatively and quietly for Christmas from the first of December. The birth of Jesus is considered one of the highest festivals of the Christian year, and care should therefore be taken to remember in advance. Advent calendars and wreaths serve this purpose as well as the varied decorations, which are traditionally created by yourself. Anyone who produces a Christmas village in preparation for Christmas can escape the stress of everyday life in the quiet, almost meditative craft and enjoy the highly commercial Christmas time in a very special way. Handicraft and DIY sets can be purchased in stores, but there are also a few instructions on the Internet. Especially with children, such an intense preparation for Christmas is a lot of fun.

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