Christmas market

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Christmas markets have become the mainstay of recent winter breaks. It has long been a winter tradition in Northern Europe for locals to brave the weather, venture outside to the centre of town and spend their afternoons drinking glühwein, munching on Bratwurst, Feuerwurst, Backschinke or Langos or maybe, if they're feeling really adventurous, purchasing a banane-schoko-mandelsplitter from their local Crepe Guy. The Colonel's Regiment spent a lot of their time at the Christmas market during Mission 4 22px-Flag of Austria.svg.png Colonel.png4 Salzburg, Mission 6 22px-Flag of Germany.svg.png Colonel.png6 Heidelberg, Mission 8 22px-Flag of Norway.svg.png Colonel.png8 Oslo, Mission 10 20px-Flag of Switzerland.svg.png Colonel.png10 Zürich, Mission 12 22px-Flag of Finland.svg.png Colonel.png12 Helsinki, Mission 14 22px-Flag of Germany.svg.png Colonel.png14 Hanover and Mission 18 22px-Flag of Germany.svg.png Colonel.png18 Berlin. Germanic Christmas Markets are widely thought to be superior to their Scandinavian counterparts.