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Commenting article: Sofia to Hold Its 2nd German-Style Christmas Market

Bulgaria's capital Sofia is to open a German-style Christmas market on Monday, November 26, it has been announced.

The market will be settled in the park in front of the National Theater in downtown Sofia, as well as in the city's Business Park, dnevnik.bg informs.

The market is expected to be inaugurated by German Ambassador to Bulgaria Mathias Hoepfner.

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#1
MysteryHP - 24 Nov 2012 // 11:20:49

Bulgaria has no traditions of their own? And have to even import Christmas market idea from abroad? Absolutely absurd. As much as we love Germany (they are hard working good people which are example for Bulgarians to follow), we should be finding traditions with ourselves.

#2
Gleeky - 24 Nov 2012 // 11:40:16

And the first one was a complete load of rubbish anyway.... :(

#3
henry66 - 24 Nov 2012 // 12:50:00

where did you get the 'Christian' from? it is called 'Christmas Market'

greets - henry

#4
Chushki - 24 Nov 2012 // 13:18:46

Seedy will love it - he will once again get dressed up as a dandified prussian SS officer and mince around the market.

#5
bun5 - 25 Nov 2012 // 11:50:16

Probably a typo. But, silly, "Christmas" does mean "Christ's mass," so using "christian" makes perfect sense. It's a Christian holiday.

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