Baking cookies, decorating trees and a horse-drawn Santa are just some of the ways in which locals in the Brandenburg town of Jüterbog have pulled out all the stops to spread joy and show refugee children how Christmas is celebrated in Germany.
From the US to the UK and even Germany - it's time again to dig out and actually wear that ugly Christmas sweater. Yes, the gaudy one with Santa, elves and real jingle bells. Here are some of our favorites.
One prison in eastern Germany has invited visitors to get their fix of festive cheer in an environment otherwise known for anything but. DW's Kate Brady reports from the Saxon town of Zeithain.
In Germany, St. Nicholas fills children's boots with sweets in the night of December 5 to 6. He also gets tons of fan mail.
Police are boosting their presence at Christmas markets in the eastern state of Brandenburg after a bomb scare. Authorities have, however, said the market may not have been the package's target.
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