German Holiday Traditions

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German Holiday Traditions by Mind Map: German Holiday Traditions

1. Holiday Calendars in German - Interesting but Especially Challenging

1.1. Weihnachtskalender aus der Weihnachtsstadt

1.2. Toms Advent Calendar

1.3. Leo's 2009 Advent Calendar

1.4. Hödi's Apfentskalendar

1.5. Seelenfarben - Soul Colors

1.6. Advent Calendar mit Mari...und Caspar David Friedrich

1.7. Podventskalender

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2.1. Cornelsens 2009 DAF Calendar

2.2. Unser Sandmännchen - The Beloved German Animation

2.3. German Music Calendar - Deutschlern.net

2.3.1. Clueso's Newest: "Gewinner"

2.3.2. Ich und Ich's "Pflaster"

2.3.3. Culcha Candela's "Schöne Neue Welt"

2.4. Germany.info's 2009 Advent Calendar

2.5. Goethe Institute's 2009 Advent Calendar

2.6. Hueber 2009 Adventskalender Contest

2.7. Mathe Spass Holiday Calendar

2.8. Uli Stein's 2009 Comic Advent Calendar

3. Advent Calenders

4. Christmas Markets - A German Tradition

4.1. Berliner Christmas Markets

4.2. Dresden

4.3. Nuremberg (the most famous of all the Christmas Markets)

4.4. Seiffen, in the Erzgebirge

4.5. Vocabulary - Wortschatz

4.5.1. der Lebkuchenstand - gingerbread stand

4.5.1.1. die Weihnachtspyramide - Christmas pyramid

4.5.2. die Weihnachtskrippe - nativity scene

4.5.3. der Lebkuchen - gingerbread

5. Krampus, and other incarnations of this Sankt-Nikolaus-counterpart in German-speaking cultures

5.1. Krampus Festival, Schladming 2009

5.2. Krampus in World Pop Culture

5.2.1. A Very Supernatural Christmas, Part 1

5.2.2. Here Comes Krampus!

5.2.3. G4 Krampus Commercial

5.3. Klausenbärbel on December 4th, St. Barbara's Day

6. Sankt Nikolaus

6.1. The Legend of St. Nikolaus @ Germany.Info

6.2. St. Nicholas Center: Discovering the Truth About Santa Claus

7. Hanukkah Market in Berlin

7.1. Ku'damm 101

7.2. Jewish Museum in Berlin

7.3. The Hanukkah Festival

8. Chrismukkah - Museum Exhibit in Berlin

8.1. Hanukkah Game

8.2. What is your Chrismukkah type?

9. Holiday Meals, Dishes and Deserts

10. der Schnee (snow)

10.1. Truth about Germany: der Schnee

11. Knecht Rupprecht

12. German Christmas A to Z

13. Videos About Specific Traditions

13.1. @Germany.info

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