Bremen German Advent Christmas Calendar - Sellmer Adventkalender

Bremen German Advent Christmas Calendar - Sellmer Adventkalender

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The advent calendar tradition dates back to 1851 in Protestant parts of Germany. The first Advent calendar with little doors was printed in the early 1900s and continues to this day.

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This German advent calendar with glitter accents depicts Bremen's market square at Christmas, considered to be the most beautiful in Germany, with a large ice sculpture of the Bremen Town Musicians. The Bremen Town Hall, the most important Gothic building in Europe, as well as the Bremen Cathedral are carefully illustrated to the smallest detail. The festive Christmas market glows under the night sky with citizens enjoying winter activities. The windows of this calendar reveal other famous buildings, landmarks and symbols of Bremen. The detailed picture has 24 small doors to open, each of which hides a small picture.

The tradition is to open a window every day from December 1st to December 24th.

This advent calendar has glitter accents Part of the Christmas in Europe series by Richard Sellmer Verlag

Size: 41x29cm