Coronavirus: No Dresden Christmas market
10 December 2021 | 9:25 am
Dresden's famous christmas market, the Striezelmarkt, has been around for centuries. This year, the planned opening was canceled due to the high incidence rate of coronavirus infections in the state of Saxony.
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