Appenzell Christmas

Where ancient traditions live on.

This content was published on October 30, 2008 - 14:23

Snowy winters in Switzerland made travel between villages difficult in the past, so some Christmas traditions have taken on unique regional variations. Appenzell is no exception. It's a place where people light incense at Christmas, decorate their windows for Advent, and use Christmas trees made out of biscuits. Julie Hunt visited the region to find out more. (swissinfo, Julie Hunt)

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